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  • n. Plural form of fryer.

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Examples

  • Chickens that weigh 3 to 4 pounds are called fryers.

    THE TANTE MARIE’S COOKING SCHOOL COOKBOOK

  • Several of Caldwell's club members follow suit every year, bringing pens of "fryers" and "roasters" to fair.

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  • Surplus chickens were frozen as "fryers" (6 months old) in our commercial freeze-locker downtown.

    Gerry Charlotte Phelps

  • Instead, select two (or more) of the smaller chickens, called "fryers," and you'll avoid the dryness problem.

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  • When selecting chicken for the grill, look for hens labeled "fryers," which weigh about 3¼ to 3¾ pounds.

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  • When selecting chicken for the grill, look for hens labeled '' fryers '' which weigh about 31/4 to 33/4 pounds.

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  • It felt so good firing that gun, Zach walked past the fryers and shot the drive-in window girl in the head, then turned on the customers, who were running like jack-rabbits and jumping over chairs.

    Miracles, Inc.

  • Only when I wash my hair that evening will I finally forsake the one bit of my day at the fryers that I had been lucky enough to take away.

    I believe I can fry

  • He managed to fit a 250-pound grill onboard, with fryers and warmers, four sinks and a full-size refrigerator.

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