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An adult male chicken.
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  1. An adult male chicken.
  2. An adult male of certain other birds.
  3. A male of any species of gallinaceous bird. Typically refers to the domestic chicken, Gallus gallus domesticus.
(Slang) A young woman
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  1. (Slang) A young woman
  2. A child.
  3. (Slang) A woman (especially one who is young and/or attractive).
(Slang) A woman, esp. an older woman
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  1. (Slang) A woman, esp. an older woman
  2. The female of various other birds or of certain other animals, as the lobster
  3. A female bird, especially the adult female chicken.
(Slang) A spineless person; a coward.
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  1. (Slang) A spineless person; a coward.
  2. A young hen, especially one less than a year old. [from 14th c.]
A faucet or valve by which the flow of a liquid or gas can be regulated.
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  1. A faucet or valve by which the flow of a liquid or gas can be regulated.
  2. A man or boy regarded as mean or contemptible.
  3. A tilting or jaunty turn upward:
A young rooster.
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  1. A young rooster.
  2. A young rooster, less than a year old
A castrated rooster, esp. one fattened for eating
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  1. A castrated rooster, esp. one fattened for eating
  2. A male chicken castrated when young to improve the quality of its flesh for food.
A name used in calling a hen or chicken, often as "biddy-biddy-biddy".
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  1. A name used in calling a hen or chicken, often as "biddy-biddy-biddy".
  2. A chicken or chick; esp., a hen
  3. A hen; a fowl.
A tender young chicken suitable for broiling.
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  1. A tender young chicken suitable for broiling.
  2. One that broils, especially a small oven or the part of a stove used for broiling food.
  3. A pan, grill, etc. for broiling
A small young chicken suitable for frying.
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  1. A small young chicken suitable for frying.
  2. Food to be cooked by frying; esp., a chicken young and tender enough to fry
  3. One that fries, as a deep utensil usually equipped with a basket and used for frying foods.
A special pan, oven, or apparatus for roasting meat, etc.
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  1. A special pan, oven, or apparatus for roasting meat, etc.
  2. Something, especially a young chicken, that is fit for roasting.
  3. A chicken, pig, etc. suitable for roasting.
Any of various birds of the order Galliformes, especially the common, widely domesticated chicken (Gallus domesticus).
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  1. Any of various birds of the order Galliformes, especially the common, widely domesticated chicken (Gallus domesticus).
  2. The duck, goose, turkey, etc.
  3. A full-grown chicken, as distinguished from a springer, etc.
Any fat young hen
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(Archaic) A coward.
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  1. (Archaic) A coward.
  2. Somebody who is recreant. A person who yields in combat, or is cowardly and faint-hearted.
  3. A coward; craven
A sneaking, malicious coward.
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  1. A sneaking, malicious coward.
  2. A malicious coward; a dishonorable sneak.
  3. A sneaky, cowardly evildoer
A coward.
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  1. A coward.
  2. A thorough coward
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  1. A surname​.
  2. A person who lacks courage, esp. one who is shamefully unable to control fear and so shrinks from danger or trouble
A thorough coward
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  1. A thorough coward
  2. A coward.
A sneaky, cowardly evildoer
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  1. A sneaky, cowardly evildoer
  2. A malicious coward; a dishonorable sneak.
  3. A sneaking, malicious coward.
A form of rhythm and blues originating in the 1970s in which highly syncopated polyrhythms are combined with a prominent, jerky bass line, minimal harmonic structure, and declamatory vocalizing
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  1. A form of rhythm and blues originating in the 1970s in which highly syncopated polyrhythms are combined with a prominent, jerky bass line, minimal harmonic structure, and declamatory vocalizing
  2. A type of popular music combining elements of jazz, blues, and soul and characterized by syncopated rhythm and a heavy, repetitive bassline.
  3. Funky jazz
Alternative spelling of yellowbelly.
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  1. Alternative spelling of yellowbelly.
  2. (Slang) A contemptible coward
Showing cowardice; lacking in courage; basely or weakly fearful.
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  1. Showing cowardice; lacking in courage; basely or weakly fearful.
  2. Exhibiting the characteristics of a coward, particularly ignoble fear:
  3. Of or typical of a coward; shamefully fearful
Very cowardly; abjectly afraid
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  1. Very cowardly; abjectly afraid
  2. Characterized by abject fear; cowardly.
Of or like a dastard; mean and cowardly
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  1. Of or like a dastard; mean and cowardly
  2. In the manner of a dastard; marked by cowardice; pusillanimous
  3. Cowardly and malicious; base.
Deficient in conviction or courage; timid.
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  1. Deficient in conviction or courage; timid.
Cowardly; timid.
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Timid, cowardly, or irresolute; fainthearted
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  1. Timid, cowardly, or irresolute; fainthearted
  2. Lacking courage; cowardly.
  3. Proceeding from or showing a lack of courage
Uncharacteristic of, unbecoming to, or degrading to a man, especially in not conforming to stereotypical masculine traits such as stoicism and independence.
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  1. Uncharacteristic of, unbecoming to, or degrading to a man, especially in not conforming to stereotypical masculine traits such as stoicism and independence.
  2. Lacking courage, resoluteness, etc.; cowardly, weak, etc.
  3. (Of a behaviour or action) Cowardly, base.
(Informal) cowardly; lacking courage
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  1. (Informal) cowardly; lacking courage
  2. (Informal) Lacking courage, daring, perseverance, etc.
  3. Lacking substance; weak or insignificant.
Changed to a yellowish color as by age, as old paper
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  1. Changed to a yellowish color as by age, as old paper
  2. Having a yellow-brown skin color.
  3. Of the color yellow.
  1. (Figuratively) Uncourageous, cowardly.
  2. Having a belly that is yellow or yellowish. Used of certain birds, for example.
  3. Of an animal or reptile having a yellow underside or belly.
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