Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Same as friar's chicken (which see, under friar).

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Examples

  • That might mean cutting out fried-chicken dinners and sodas at church functions and offering healthier meals and water instead.

    What's Playing in Nashville? It's Got a New, Healthier Beat.

  • Lines were long for King's Crumb, which offered a fried-chicken biscuit for $10, and Bite Size Kitchen', which did brisk sales in its $3 corn cob flavored with mint, cilantro and wasabi butter.

    Flea Market for Foodies

  • His handwritten recipe for the chain's fried-chicken batter remains under lock and key in Louisville.

    Local menu, managers are KFC's secret in China

  • Inspiration for the sandwich shop, which Mr. Van Horn designed with a modern feel, flowed from the fried-chicken sandwich that Mr. Van Horn perfected over the course of months.

    Simply Southern

  • What's most striking about the book is that some of the most cringe-inducing incidents occurred not just in the early phase of her career, when black women were a rarity in the senior ranks of television news, but years after you would assume that the fried-chicken jokes had stopped.

    Pioneering Anchor Reveals Racist, Sexist Attacks She Faced During Her Career

  • World Chicken Festival London, Ky., Sept. 22-25 Famous for fried-chicken dinners served out of a 10½-foot-wide skillet, the World Chicken Festival takes place in the county where Col.

    Autumn Food Fêtes

  • About 100 feet downriver, a fried-chicken restaurant was halfway submerged.

    'Frustration' in Paterson

  • He was talking about "Colonel" Harland Sanders, a Kentucky icon who founded his fried-chicken empire a few miles up the road.

    As GOP slashes budget, lawmakers who built careers on earmarks must re-brand

  • Their city beset by violence, Newark officials are considering the unusual step of requiring small restaurants, such as the fried-chicken and pizza joints that are a staple of urban street life, to hire armed guards at night.

    Violent Nights Put Newark on Offense

  • The classic fried-chicken meal comes with three pieces of crispy poultry, a flaky biscuit and a side, which for most locals is mac and cheese drizzled with hot sauce.

    Pies 'N' Thighs

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