For Oprah, that might mean a cookie instead of a whole cake; for the rest of us, perhaps a movie instead of an Escalade.
Remove the cookie sheet from the freezer and cover each ice cream-topped cake with the meringue.
cookie Monster has always been one of the most beloved features of that PBS childhood staple, Sesame Street.
Like Mischel, Eigsti had a handful of kids—five—who ate the cookie in under a minute.
Elsewhere in the song, Kelly compares himself to the cookie monster and cleverly sings “I love to lick the middle like an Oreo.”
cookie often said that a fire was the most exciting thing a reporter could be sent to cover.
"We know that, already," answered Cayke the cookie Cook, impatiently.
He ate the pieces of cookie and the cabbage leaves they gave him, and bleated to ask for more.
Mrs. Alder gave her a cookie for her pay, and said she had done very well.
So Twinkle flew up and crept into her basket again, quickly returning with a bit of cookie in her claw.
1703, American English, from Dutch koekje "little cake," diminutive of koek "cake," from Middle Dutch koke (see cake (n.)). Slang application to persons attested since 1920. Phrase that's the way the cookie crumbles "that's the way things happen" is from 1957.
A collection of information, usually including a username and the current date and time, stored on the local computer of a person using the World Wide Web, used chiefly by websites to identify users who have previously registered or visited the site. Cookies are used to relate one computer transaction to a later one.
The ticket you get from a dry-cleaning shop is a perfect mundane example of a cookie; the only thing it's useful for is to relate a later transaction to this one (so you get the same clothes back).
Compare magic cookie; see also fortune cookie.