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  • Info In the United States and Canada a cookie is a small, flat, baked treat, usually containing flour, eggs, sugar, and either butter or cooking oil, and often including ingredients such as raisins, oats, or chocolate chips. more...
  • However, these last ones don't always have a cookie as its base.
  • The family meet a man called Cookie who shows them around and sets out some dinner.
  • This act made New Mexico the first state to have an official state cookie.
  • The cookie is used to create a more natural look by breaking up the light from a man made source.
  • She decided to pursue an art education after reading a fortune cookie.
  • The circle is complete when he wants a cookie to go with it.
  • They will only send the cookie's name-value pair.
  • They will only send the cookie's name-value pair.
  • At present, cookie jar TV has no plans to release the show on home video.
  • Cookie knows that if he gets the next word right he wins but he starts to break under the pressure.
  • In any event Roser left his cookie business a very rich man.
  • Unfortunately, they take a wrong turn, and end up looking all over the cells for Cookie.
  • There are two different cookie campaigns, one in the fall and the other in the spring.
  • It is one reported site of the introduction of the fortune cookie to America.
  • Cookie tables were better known in the east than in the mid-west, south, southwest or west.
  • We find out at the end that Cookie is a working class single mother who is also living apart from her baby girl.
  • Proceeds from the event go keep the Cookie Company producing its award-winning performances.
  • Dutch thrift led to the famous standard rule of only one cookie with each cup of coffee.
  • She's lost everything including her cookie company, home, and possessions.
  • Because of their success of the cookie bar, there is a cult following.
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Words starting with cookie

Synonyms of cookie

Meaning of cookie

  • noun Any of various small flat sweet cakes (`biscuit' is the british term)
  • noun The cook on a ranch or at a camp
  • noun A short line of text that a web site puts on your computer's hard drive when you access the web site