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  • n. Plural form of coney.


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  • We found the whole country to be a warren of a strange kind of coneys; their bodies in bigness as be the Barbary coneys, their heads as the heads of ours, the feet of a want, 13 and the tail of a rat, being of great length.

    Sir Francis Drake’s Famous Voyage Round the World

  • Hillary was in Cincinnati yesterday eating cheese coneys at Skyline Chili, and Bill is hitting the barbecue hard in Texas.

    Bill: Obama Would "Deny Us Universal Health Care"

  • Not sure how far of a reach Skyline Chili has outside of Ohio, but their cheese coneys have shredded cheese on them and damned if you don't find little shreds of cheddar in your car weeks after you ate that chili dog.

    Avoid These Automobile-Destroying Foods | Lifehacker Australia

  • Mr. Acosta, your title is misleading beause it coneys that you are looking at the issue objectively.

    Patriots or Extremists? Growing up in a militia

  • I grew up in a town that had one, and always liked the chili-cheese coneys and some of the drinks.

    Wednesday, May 27 – The Bleat.

  • Remember young coneys, you read it on Rabett Run before it happened.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • “To hunt coneys, and to hawk at ouzels!” said the Regent, smiling; “for such are the sports of ladies and their followers.”

    The Abbot

  • To Dean, the great poet of Detroit ... send coneys.

    Archive 2008-09-01

  • Birdalone laughed, and shook her skirts at the coneys, and they all scuttled away after the manner of their kind.

    The Water of the Wondrous Isles

  • But now when the dame took the shoes and looked on them, and saw how there were oak-leaves done into them, and flowers, and coneys, and squirrels, she but smiled somewhat grimly on Birdalone, and said: Well, belike thou art a fool to waste thy time and mine in such toys; and to give thee thy due would be to give thee stripes.

    The Water of the Wondrous Isles


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