or fri·er

[ frahy-er ]


  1. a person or thing that fries. fry.
  2. something, as a young chicken, to be cooked by frying. fry.


/ ˈfraɪə /


  1. a person or thing that fries
  2. a young chicken suitable for frying

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Word History and Origins

Origin of fryer1

First recorded in 1850–55; fry 1 + -er 1

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Example Sentences

No one should be dropping their social distancing practices just to battle crowds for a twice-returned air fryer.

The best air fryer for your particular needs will have a capacity that’s appropriate for the number of portions you’re preparing and will offer a number of cooking modes to cut down on space usage in the kitchen.

The bot can automatically switch between different tools, such as a spatula for flipping patties and tongs for gripping the handle of a fryer basket.

Here are some of our favorite air fryers on the market today.

The company is making its assortment more fun by adding scooters, trampolines, exercise bikes, air hockey tables, and kitchen items like air fryers.

From Fortune

In pot filled with oil or a deep fryer cook tater tots 4-6 minutes.

In a 2003 paper for the National Bureau of Economic Research, economist Roland Fryer found two things.

Nearly about this time a person named Fryer, and the sister of George Eagles, suffered martyrdom.

I accordingly ordered the launch to be got ready and at two o'clock the next morning Mr. Fryer, the master, set off in her.

There he met Sir Frederick Fryer, to whom he related his day's work.

The roasters ripened deliberately, while keen and quick fire told upon the fryer, the first course of our feast.

I used as a little boy to drive the horses in Mr. Fryer's threshing machine.


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