Definition of Cooky jar
1. Noun. A jar in which cookies are kept (and sometimes money is hidden).
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Literary usage of Cooky jar
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Boston Cooking School Magazine of Culinary Science and Domestic Economics by Mass Boston Cooking School (Boston, Boston Cooking School (Boston, Mass.) (1914)
"When the cooky jar is Full There's a time of great rejoicing and a season of delight, When the household wheels run smoothly and the household sky is bright ..."
2. The Making of Herbert Hoover by Rose Wilder Lane (1920)
"... where she sat demurely sewing; rummaging in the cooky jar, and bringing up of whole pans of apples from the cellar, and popping of corn in the kitchen. ..."
3. Cloudy Jewel by Grace (Livingston) Hill (1920)
"I'm so anxious to see if they'll taste as they did when I was a child. May I come with you and see if I remember where the cooky-jar is? Oh, joy, Allison! ..."
4. How Two Hundred Children Live and Learn by Rudolph Rex Reeder (1909)
"... is seriously incomplete without the kindling wood and kitchen stove, the singing kettle and the odor of the boiling pot, the pantry and the cooky jar. ..."
5. The Vassar Miscellany by Vassar College (1882)
"The children who were so fortunate as to have access to her blue, stone cooky-jar, regarded her as little less than angelic. Never were ginger-snaps like ..."
6. A Third Reader by Kate Louise Brown (1911)
"Helen had turned her ribbon box inside out and the cook had let her empty the cooky jar. Mamma had allowed her to buy a big jar of cream; that was for the ..."