cocoanut cocoanut


  • (n) large hard-shelled oval nut with a fibrous husk containing thick white meat surrounding a central cavity filled (when fresh) with fluid or milk


  • Review: Need a laugh? 'Cocoanuts' has one silly joke after another

    "The Cocoanuts," now being performed by the Crowded Kitchen Players in Quakertown, is not your usual farce. This show, written by George S. Kaufman in the 1920s, is about the silliest show I have seen in a long time and that's what makes it such good laugh-out-loud fun.        
    on June 11, 2013     Source: The Morning Call


  1. "Sadly, it often takes a tragedy to bring to light inadequacies in certain laws," Romney said. "After the Cocoanut Grove fire claimed nearly 500 lives in 1942, the first comprehensive statewide fire safety law was put in place. Last year,...
    on Aug 17, 2004 By: Mitt Romney Source: Insurance Journal

  2. "You are now in Cocoanut Manor," Groucho told the audience. "One of the finest cities in Florida. Of course, we still need a few finishing touches, but who doesn't? This is the heart of the residential district. Every lot is a stone's throw...
    on Oct 26, 2008 By: Groucho Marx Source: Akron Beacon Journal

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