corn dog
noun Date: 1967 a frankfurter dipped in cornmeal batter, fried, and served on a stick

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  • corn dog — corn′ dog n. coo a frankfurter dipped in cornmeal batter and baked or fried • Etymology: 1965–70, amer …   From formal English to slang

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  • corn dog — noun : a frankfurter dipped in cornmeal batter, fried, and served on a stick * * * a sandwich consisting of a frankfurter baked or fried in corn bread and usually spread with mustard before eating: often served on a stick. [1965 70, Amer.] * * *… …   Useful english dictionary

  • corn-dog — n American 1. a swot. One of many synonyms used in the USA (throat, grind) and UK (Wendy, spod), principally by male school stu dents, to ostracise misfits. The reference is to a bland tasting variety of hot dog. 2. (a male with) an uncircumcised …   Contemporary slang

  • corn dog — a sandwich consisting of a frankfurter baked or fried in corn bread and usually spread with mustard before eating: often served on a stick. [1965 70, Amer.] * * * …   Universalium

  • corn dog — noun A hot dog coated in cornbread batter and deep fried in hot oil …   Wiktionary

  • corn dog — n. hot dog coated in cornmeal batter and fried in deep oil (often served on a stick) …   English contemporary dictionary

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