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sunny-side up

[suhn-ee-sahyd] /ˈsʌn iˌsaɪd/
adjective
1.
(of an egg) fried without breaking the yolk or being turned over, with the yolk remaining visible and somewhat liquid inside.
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Origin of sunny-side up
1900-1905
1900-05
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British Dictionary definitions for sunny side up

sunny-side up

adjective
1.
(of eggs) fried on one side only
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Slang definitions & phrases for sunny side up

Sunday soldier

noun phrase

A military reservist or member of the National Guard, who typically goes on uniformed duty on the weekend (1950s+)


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