Southern-fried

Southern-fried

[suhth-ern-frahyd]
adjective
1.
coated with flour, egg, and bread crumbs and fried in deep fat: Southern-fried chicken.
2.
(often lowercase) Slang. characteristic of or originating in the South: a vocabulary full of southern-fried expressions.

Origin:
1925–30

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Southern-fried (ˈsʌðənˌfraɪd)
 
adj
1.  (of meats, esp chicken) dipped in a mixture of flour and breadcrumbs and deep-fried
2.  Compare chicken-fried Also: country-fried, Also: country-fried (of music) combined with or influenced by elements of country-and-western musiccharacteristic of or pertaining to the Southeastern US, esp in culture, politics, or religion
3.  derogatory Compare chicken-fried Also: country-fried, Also: country-fried (of music) combined with or influenced by elements of country-and-western musiccharacteristic of or pertaining to the Southeastern US, esp in culture, politics, or religion
 
[senses 2 and 3 from association with the cuisine of the Southern US]

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