cookout cookout  /ˈkʊ ˌkaʊt/

Definition(s):

  • (n) an informal meal cooked and eaten outdoors

Usage(s):

  1. A man has been charged in one of the shootings, but it is unclear if it was connected to the cookout.
  2. He will probably call the eleven guests from the cookout first and then the local witnesses.
  3. That, and his media-hyped Kennebunkport summer cookout with the Bushes has delivered the message Sarkozy sought: that he's the young, dynamic and admiring anti-Chirac.

News

  1. Cookout Season Brings Rash Of Deck Failures

    The beginning of summer brings outdoor parties, cookouts — and deck collapses. The past week's news included a rash of deck failures around the nation as families and friends gathered for outdoor events.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Builder Magazine

  2. Kick off Cookout on Memorial Mall

    Saturday, July 13th starting at 4:00 PM and ending at 8:00 PM EDT. Kick off Cookout on Memorial Mall is a free event. venue information This event does not have any venue information listed.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: The Purdue Exponent

  3. Kick off Cookout

    Saturday, July 13th starting at 4:00 PM and ending at 8:00 PM EDT. Kick off Cookout is a free event. venue information This event does not have any venue information listed.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: The Purdue Exponent

Quotes

  1. "Here it is, 11 or so in the morning, and these two guys are just hanging out having a cookout," Ganassi said Monday. "It totally took our mind off the race and was just a cool way to spend that time before the finish."
    on Jan 28, 2008 By: Chip Ganassi Source: USA Today

  2. Associated press file photo Gov. Ted Strickland believes that, given Ohio's financial crisis, "Working on this budget is more important than participating in a parade or eating hot dogs at an outdoor cookout."
    on Jun 29, 2009 By: Ted Strickland Source: Dayton Daily News

  3. "I got to spend some time with family today," Redding said, "which is rare in the middle of the season. We had a little Fourth of July cookout lunch."
    on Jul 4, 2010 By: Tim Redding Source: Wilkes Barre Times-Leader

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