Definition of Cow chip
1. Noun. A piece of dried bovine dung.
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Literary usage of Cow chip
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1. Adventure Guide to Oklahoma by Lynne M. Sullivan (1999)
"But the real attention-getter is the World Championship cow chip Throwing Contest. Yes, regular folks who act pretty normal most of the year get together ..."
2. The Auk: Quarterly Journal of Ornithology by American Ornithologists' Union, Nuttall Ornithological Club (1916)
"... and was of similar construction to the other two, except that the paving consisted of only five pieces of cow-chip and two of lichen, and the lining in ..."
3. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science by Kansas Academy of Science (1922)
"One of the males was found under a cow chip and the other was running on the bare sand. The collection of the Agricultural College also contains two ..."
4. Modern Abyssinia by Augustus Blandy Wylde (1901)
"... when everything is closed up, the people do not all get suffocated by the pungent smoke of the cow-chip fires I never could make out. ..."
5. Ultima Thule: Or, A Summer in Iceland by Richard Francis Burton (1875)
"Upon the authority of a parson and an old woman, he supplies the Mus sylvaticus not only with a cow-chip canoe, but also with a mushroom carpet-bag (ii. ..."
6. Two Years in Three Continents: Experiences, Impressions and Observations of by Edgar Mantelbert Condit (1904)
"It was a very common thing to see fruit, vegetables and the "cow chip" trade combined. They were always a part of a grocer's stock, and sometimes a little ..."
7. Romantic Weekends in Texas by Mary Lu Abbott (2003)
"Baskets, o 800-411-1434 or, in San Antonio, o 210- 826-8209, will send gourmet food, Texas snacks (how about cow chip cookies and armadillo food? ..."