[ pan-dou-dee ]
/ pænˈdaʊ di /
noun, plural pan·dow·dies. Chiefly New England.
Origin of pandowdy
1795–1805, Americanism; perhaps variant of obsolete dial. (Somerset) pandoulde custard; see pan1
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Examples from the Web for pandowdy
Pandowdy, pan-dew′di, n. a pudding baked with bread and apples.
British Dictionary definitions for pandowdy
/ (pænˈdaʊdɪ) /
noun plural -dies
US a deep-dish pie made from fruit, esp apples, with a cake toppingapple pandowdy
Word Origin for pandowdy
C19: of unknown origin
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