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chicken-fried

/ (ˈtʃɪkɪnˌfraɪd) /
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adjective

(of meats, esp steak) coated in seasoned flour and pan-fried
informal, oft derogatory variant of countrified Compare Southern-fried

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Word Origin for chicken-fried

sense 2 from chicken-fried steak, a popular dish of the Southern US
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