Definition of Cowheel

1. the foot of an ox stewed to a jelly [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cowheel

cowflop
cowflops
cowgirl
cowgirled
cowgirling
cowgirls
cowhage
cowhages
cowhand
cowhands
cowheard
cowheards
cowhearted
cowheel (current term)
cowheels
cowherb
cowherbs
cowherd
cowherds
cowhide
cowhided
cowhides
cowhiding
cowhidings
cowhouse
cowhouses
cowier
cowies

Literary usage of Cowheel

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1. Things a Lady Would Like to Know Concerning Domestic Management and Expenditure by Henry Southgate (1875)
"'Almost any ornamental talent is a good thing, when it is not the best thing a woman has.'—HANNAH MORE. 1. cowheel SOUP. 4. BRUSSELS SPROUTS. 2. ..."

2. The Girl's Own Outdoor Book, Containing Practical Help to Girls on Matters by Charles Peters (1889)
"There is a curious custom in the trade: an ox foot put into a saucepan and boiled comes out a cowheel ! So should you require a partially cooked foot you ..."

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