I love fried rice (Yeah)/ I love noodles (Yeah)/ I love chow Mein/ chow Mo-Mo-Mo-Mo Mein.
The 44-year-old stars in Jason Wu's fall 2013 campaign, photographed at legendary New York restaurant Mr. chow.
I minimize time in crowds and chow halls and take meals to go more often than not.
Nobu, Hakkasan, BLT Steak, Capital Grille, Asia de Cuba, Mr. chow—the list goes on and on.
So chow down, if you dare, and be sure to leave room for dessert.
It is not necessary for it to be the player's turn to draw in order to "Pung" as it is in the case of a "chow."
"I'm going to watch my chow (food) after this," insisted Green.
On seeing the chow, however, they all fled, but the most beautiful one permitted herself to be overtaken.
Soldiers would not be soldiers if they did not complain of their "chow."
"The tombs of thy servant's ancestors are near its walls," said chow, gloomily.
"food," 1856, American English (originally in California), from Chinese pidgin English chow-chow (1795) "food," reduplication of Chinese cha or tsa "mixed." The dog breed of the same name is from 1886, of unknown origin, but some suggest a link to the Chinese tendency to see dogs as edible.
Food; meals; fare: How's the chow at Maxim's these days? (1856+)
: OK gang, let's chow (1900+)
[perhaps fr Pidgin English chow-chow, ''a mixture (of foods),'' but also a dog of China that is eaten by the poor]