Definition of Cowheels
1. cowheel [n] - See also: cowheel
Lexicographical Neighbors of Cowheels
cowheels (current term)
Literary usage of Cowheels
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Reports on Epidemic Cholera by William Baly, William Withey Gull (1854)
"All the seven persons were attacked and died within forty eight hours after eating of some stale cowheels which had been brought from Newport from the house ..."
2. The Romance of the Irish Stage: With Pictures of the Irish Capital in the by Joseph Fitzgerald Molloy (1897)
"... advise all new-comers to look out at their garret windows, and there see whether the thing that is cried be tripes or flummery buttermilk or cowheels. ..."
3. Transactions of the National Association for the Promotion of Social Science by George Woodyatt Hastings, Andrew Edgar, Charles Wager Ryalls, Edwin Pears (1867)
"21 the seventeen inhabitants of the house are daily regaled with the fumes arising from the cleaning and preparing of cowheels and tripe. ..."
4. Up and Down: Or, Fifty Years' Colonial Experiences in Australia, California by Barry, William Jackson, 1819- (1879)
"I gave him some of the boiler skimmings, which I suppose consisted mainly of fat and neat's-foot oil, distilled from the tripe and cowheels during the ..."