from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The dried and bleached straw of an Italian variety of wheat.
- n. A plaited fabric made from this straw.
- n. A hat made from this fabric.
- n. Any of a breed of small, hardy domestic fowl of Mediterranean origin, noted for prolific production of eggs.
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- n. A type of dried wheat straw, fabric made from it, or a hat made from that fabric.
- n. A member of a breed of chickens.
Bozo The Neoclown says: so, jdummy. what if it were barney frank who shouted to old ginny foxx “shut the hell up, you old foghorn leghorn sounding beyotch”?
Bozo The Neoclown says: timmeh, would you have been as supportive if someone shouted at ginny fox “foghorm leghorn sounding beyotch”?
They raised leghorn chickens for their eggs and meat, and they also raised rabbits.
Fast egg-laying white leghorn chickens and quick-growing large white pigs are other examples of high-yield stock.
I believe the latter was a white leghorn, but variety remains questionable.
July 11, 2008 at 3:23 pm ya mai grand ma used 2 have leghorn chickens in her yard and our indoor kittehs were going crazy. if I let maine out i put her on harness not leash harness. it is bettah. we moved away frm da leghorns..6 weeks ago.
One day last September, 8 white leghorn roosters showed up.
As to Biden: he's foghorn leghorn without the drawl and charm
Roman adores, long, stringy arms, a fairly white skin with reddish spots upon it, large innocent eyes, and white lashes, scarcely any brows, a leghorn bonnet bound with white satin and adorned with two honest bows of the same satin, hands virtuously red, and the feet of her mother.
She wears a broad leghorn hat, a frizzed coiffure, and folded kerchief; she has a sprightly, somewhat French appearance, with a marked nose of the