po'boy

noun
po'·boy | \ˈpō-ˌbȯi \
variants: or less commonly

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Examples of po'boy in a Sentence

ordered a fried catfish po'boy

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Sweeten that romantic bond by treating them to a crunchy creole shrimp po'boy. Catherine O’neill, Bon Appetit, "Your August Horoscopes: A Big Sandwich for Every Zodiac Sign," 1 Aug. 2017 The Waiting Room in Northwest Portland is hosting a Porch Party series on Sundays with a crawfish boil, daiquiris, soft shell crab po'boy, oysters on the half shell and more. Michael Russell | The Oregonian/oregonlive, OregonLive.com, "Five (plus one) new Portland pop-ups to watch for this week," 27 June 2017

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First Known Use of po'boy

1932, in the meaning defined above

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