french-fry french-fry


  • (v) cook by immersing in fat


  1. The earlier hardships are scarcely fathomable to today's TV-watching, french-fry chomping young.
  2. Annual per capita french-fry consumption alone, for example, has increased from 2 lbs.
  3. McCain staffers had attempted to bar Delano and his crew from recording McCain's stop at Primanti Brothers, a local institution famed for its meat-and-french-fry sandwiches.


  • Miley Cyrus all-nighter in 'We Can't Stop'

    By Leah Greenblatt See her smash french-fry skulls; twerk with giant teddy bears; stretch the limits of white stretch pants...
    on June 19, 2013     Source: Entertainment Weekly


  1. "If we could move the fences out to the [french-fry stand] and win a pennant, I'd be all for it," Dombrowski joked at the time.
    on Jun 13, 2005 By: Dave Dombrowski Source: Anaheim Angels

  2. "The truth is that no combination of solar, wind and nuclear power, ethanol, biodiesel, tar sands and used french-fry oil will allow us to power Wal-Mart, Disney World and the Interstate highway system -- or even a fraction of these things -- in the...
    on Jul 16, 2008 By: James Howard Kunstler Source: The Capital Times

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