Recent Examples of cookout from the Web
Prosecutors allege 35-year-old Joshua Hubert, who was a guest at the cookout, kidnapped and assaulted the girl, throwing her off the bridge.
Crawfish kits, the type of cookware used at backyard cookouts and football tailgates across the south.
Latu took his third trip to Alabama recently for its Champions Cookout, but did not publicly commit there.
His first weekend back, five generations of family — from great aunts to grandchildren — gathered in a grove along Brandywine Creek to throw him a cookout.
In Glendale, more than a dozen block parties have been scheduled from 6 to 8 p.m. The parties will feature safety demonstrations, cookouts and mini-festivals.
One easy summer pie option, whether for a picnic or a cookout, is the hand pie.
Respondents told Sullivan his uncut yard looked fine and urged him to go to the next HOA meeting or hold a large cookout as a show of defiance.
This weekend, Americans around the country celebrated the Fourth of July with fireworks, cookouts, and various other patriotic celebrations.
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First Known Use of cookout
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Definition of cookout for English Language Learners
: a meal or party at which food is cooked and served outdoors
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