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fat hen

a common plant, Chenopodium album, with small green flowers and whitish scales on the stem and leaves: family Chenopodiaceae (chenopods) Also called (US) pigweed, lamb's-quarters
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  • To-day he stood forth with confidence and told about a fat hen.

    Emmy Lou George Madden Martin
  • Among these was a foolish, fat hen who lived in Farmer Green's henhouse.

    The Tale of Grumpy Weasel Arthur Scott Bailey
  • To do it he would have to drop that fat hen he had come so far to get.

    Bowser The Hound Thornton W. Burgess
  • He grinned because now he would have a chance to go back for that fat hen.

    Bowser The Hound Thornton W. Burgess
  • How could anybody have taken that fat hen and left no trace?

    Bowser The Hound Thornton W. Burgess
  • And how could a fat hen with a broken neck disappear of its own accord?

    Bowser The Hound Thornton W. Burgess
  • Presently a fat hen, attracted by the corn, approached the hidden fox, whereupon he rushed out and seized her.

    Ways of Nature John Burroughs
  • A fat hen ceases to lay, or nearly, while an over-fed cock becomes lazy and useless, and may die of apoplexy.

    Poultry Hugh Piper
  • Choose a fat hen turkey of some six or seven pounds weight, and cut off legs up to second joint, with half the wings and the neck.

  • That would mean giving up the fat hen which he had hidden in the hollow stump.

    Bowser The Hound Thornton W. Burgess

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