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- n. A man who sells pies.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A man who makes or sells pies.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A man who sells pies; also, a man who makes pies.
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The mission is a personal one for Jackson, who is saddened at how Ballou has declined since her student days She grew up in Southeast, the daughter of a "pieman" who delivered fresh pies for Mrs. Smith's.
Naples, and containing actual drippings of sweat from a pieman who can trace his lineage back to a 15th generation pizzaiolo, forget about it.
Now Joe the plumber -- and Herman the pieman -- pretend they know how to lead the nation.
Along the way, Chuck bakes antidepressants into pies for her eccentric aunts, who believe she's dead; a woman is killed by a scratch-and-sniff book; and a rival candy-store owner, desperately afraid of birds, is out to sabotage the pieman.
Aron Kay, the Yippie! pieman, holds the lemon meringue pie that he\'ll be striking the photo of John McCain with. '
I thought the first one looked like a distorted and VERY pale purple pieman from strawberry shortcake ...complete with the bakers hat! humm wonder if they would do it in purple for me LOL....
Faire is pronounced like simple simon met a pieman going to the faire.
Cross over, Uncle Will, and mind the kidney pieman at the corner!
Even children so require sustaining under the general excitement that a pieman who has established himself for the occasion at the corner of the court says his brandy – balls go off like smoke.
Who ran sniggering off to get change, and tossed it away with a pieman.