noun, plural cook·ies
- a person, usually of a specified character or type: a smart cookie; a tough cookie.
- an alluring young woman.
verb (used with object), cook·ied,cook·ie·ing or cook·y·ing.
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How to use cookie in a sentence
Many brands are now waking up to the deprecation of cookies.Media Briefing: Facebook pivots away from politics –publishers say ‘we’re just along for the ride’|Tim Peterson|February 11, 2021|Digiday
These are included to support items that might otherwise crumble or melt through the oven’s internal rack during the cooking process, such as cookies, pizza, or egg-based dishes.Best toaster oven: Save counter space and time with our toaster oven picks|Julian Cubilllos|February 5, 2021|Popular Science
The penguin, according to my unscientific interpretation, was trying to share its seafood meal with me, like splitting a cookie with a friend.
Now, its attempt to replace the cookie is attracting regulatory attention.Why Google’s approach to replacing the cookie is drawing antitrust scrutiny|Kate Kaye|February 2, 2021|Digiday
That high fiber content weighs down breads and results in cookies that are toothsome, to put it gently.
There was also the grapefruit diet, the cabbage soup diet, and the cookie diet.
And “om nom nom nom” is more of a dig at Cookie Monster and Instagram foodies than it is at anyone else.Feminist, Bae, Turnt: Time’s ‘Worst Words’ List Is Sexist and Racist|Samantha Allen|November 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
A personal favorite is “C Is For Cookie” for guiding me through a 1994 playground debate over how to spell the word.
In the early 1900s, stores in Mexican towns and cities began selling cookie-and-sugar calaveras, or skulls.
Cookie Monster has always been one of the most beloved features of that PBS childhood staple, Sesame Street.
You know this is the first day of school and you can't run for a cookie if you get hungry.Patchwork|Anna Balmer Myers
She had a kettle of doughnuts a frying, and a whole lot of cookie paste ready to cut out and bake.A California Girl|Edward Eldridge
They had dismissed him, scornfully, stolen cookie in hand—but maybe it would be a bigger cookie than they dreamed!The Colors of Space|Marion Zimmer Bradley
Place one teaspoonful of filling on each cookie, cover with another cookie, press edges together.The New Dr. Price Cookbook|Anonymous
"Stow that drivel, cookie," growled a voice which I recognized as belonging to the older Fleming.The Pirate of Panama|William MacLeod Raine
British Dictionary definitions for cookie
noun plural -ies
Word Origin for cookie
Scientific definitions for cookie
Idioms and Phrases with cookie
see hand in the till (cookie jar); that's how the ball bounces (cookie crumbles); toss one's cookies.