"You've changed since we met last," he remarked, biting into his cooky.
"I have a piece of cooky," said she, breaking it in two and giving Andy half.
A captive taken July 18, after feeding ravenously on a cooky, retired to a corner and went to sleep.
"There's a cooky jar at home with something in it," he reminded Grater.
More flour is needed in cooky mixtures because they must be of a certain thickness in order to be rolled out successfully.
"We have nothing else except some pieces of cooky," bargained Hortense.
“They are giving her morphine now, I bet a cooky,” Mrs. White said.
"Highboy and Lowboy are in the cooky jar," said the Clock, not waiting to be asked.
They ate the cooky pleasantly, Henry D. receiving every third bite with scrupulous accuracy.
I'd give a cooky to know just where the other boats are right now.
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.
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