succotash

Part of speech: noun

A stew of green Indian corn and beans.

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Usage examples "succotash":

  1. When the second course was ready the old Indian said he would have a little more succotash, and when the third was ready he called for more succotash and so with the fourth and fifth, and on to the end. - "Birds and Poets", John Burroughs.
  2. I didn't order this damned succotash! - "Brown John's Body", Winston Marks.
  3. The Indians in their succotash taught us long ago to associate corn with beans, and they hit upon a dish not surpassed by modern invention. - "The Home Acre", E. P. Roe.