cow chip


cow chip
noun
a piece of dried bovine dung
Syn: ↑chip, ↑cow dung, ↑buffalo chip
Hypernyms: ↑droppings, ↑dung, ↑muck

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n. informal a dried cowpat

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ˈcow chip 7 f7 [cow chip] noun (US)
a very hard ↑cowpat

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • cow chip — noun (C) AmE a round flat mass of dry solid waste from a cow …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • cow pie — n AmE informal a ↑cow chip …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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  • cow dung — noun a piece of dried bovine dung • Syn: ↑chip, ↑cow chip, ↑buffalo chip • Hypernyms: ↑droppings, ↑dung, ↑muck …   Useful english dictionary

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