Definitions

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  • noun Alternative spelling of corn dog.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Given the problems that GN&C is having in trying to define requirements of how to fly the 'corndog', the LAS may be used quite often.

    Report - Don't Extend Shuttle Program - NASA Watch

  • Given the problems that GN&C is having in trying to define requirements of how to fly the 'corndog', the LAS may be used quite often.

    Report - Don't Extend Shuttle Program - NASA Watch

  • For instance, it might not be appropriate at the black tie WH Correspondents Dinner, but perhaps he was attending the Livestock Exhibition at the Iowa State Fair, with Jeri standing beside him holding his "corndog", while he spoke to the reporters.

    Thompson: My Most Prized Possession Is My "Trophy Wife"

  • Or a representative who told her constituents that her opponent wanted to tax "your corndog and your deep-fried bacon" (fact checked as untrue).

    Tom Silva: Kant on the Campaign Trail

  • The pies included in this roundup have toppings that either lend a cultural fusion of flavors (crab rangoon or palak paneer) or add a unique sense of whimsy to the pizza-eating experience (corndog or cashew and cream cheese).

    The Daily Meal: The Most Bizarre Pizza Toppings

  • Or a representative who told her constituents that her opponent wanted to tax "your corndog and your deep-fried bacon" (fact checked as untrue).

    Tom Silva: Kant on the Campaign Trail

  • Or a representative who told her constituents that her opponent wanted to tax "your corndog and your deep-fried bacon" (fact checked as untrue).

    Tom Silva: Kant on the Campaign Trail

  • And, most directly, Wallace's often colloquial swirling assumption of opinion and counter-opinion, fact and hair-brained reaction, art theory and corndog design, has recently been hung by Maud Newton in the New York Times as the source of the linguistic and expressional excesses and sloppiness of an entire digital generation.

    Omer Rosen: Footnoting David Foster Wallace: Part 1

  • * "It's like how your hair smells the morning after the carnival, that is, if your carnival past took you more toward hanging out by the corndog stands and not, like, smoking various drugs and having sex with carnies."

    Lunch Room Chatter: No bite in Obama's food policies?

  • The pies included in this roundup have toppings that either lend a cultural fusion of flavors (crab rangoon or palak paneer) or add a unique sense of whimsy to the pizza-eating experience (corndog or cashew and cream cheese).

    The Daily Meal: The Most Bizarre Pizza Toppings

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  • I've never eaten a corndog, and I'm torn in two as to whether I should give up my corndog virginity.

    November 13, 2007

  • Yes, I see the difficulty. It's a highly personal decision and one should spend time considering the consequences.

    November 13, 2007