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cou-cou

/ ˈkuːkuː; ˈkʊkuː /

noun

  1. a preparation of boiled corn meal and okras, stirred to a stiff consistency with a cou-cou stick , eaten in the Caribbean


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Word History and Origins

Origin of cou-cou1

of uncertain origin

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Example Sentences

If thou marry, thou a cuckold, a cou-cou-cuckoo, cou-cou-cuckold thou shalt be.

Over their heads they could hear the feet of pigeons on the roof, and a constant drowsy rou-cou-cou-cou.

Many of the visitors to the Cou-Cou hang their hats and sticks on this fence and its gate.

This evening at the Cou-Cou then resembled any other evening.

At the Cou-Cou you pay for what you eat, not for what you order.

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