shoofly

[ US /ˈʃuˌfɫaɪ/ ]
NOUN
  1. an undercover police officer who investigates other policemen
  2. a child's rocking chair with the seat built between two flat sides that are shaped to resemble an animal (such as a swan or duck)
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How To Use shoofly In A Sentence

  • It looks beautiful, though I've always found shoofly pie achingly sweet. I Break For Shoofly Pie
  • Just two hours from the city, the heart of Amish country-known for shoofly pie and schnitzel-is calling my name. Monique Stringfellow: It's Daytripping Season
  • Her version of shoofly pie reflects her Pennsylvania heritage. One Big Table
  • Emma Smoker, 39, who was selling homemade pies -- apple, blueberry and shoofly -- in front of Rachel's, said the books don't interest her. They're No Bodice Rippers, But Amish Romances Are Hot
  • I first had shoofly pie when I was dating a boyfriend in college. I Break For Shoofly Pie
  • Funny cake is a cross between a cake and a pie, like shoofly pie, said Julie Musselman, whose Mennonite ancestors, the Landises, arrived in Pennsylvania from Switzerland in 1703. One Big Table
  • Defending his actions, Logay claims that Medell was a CIA "shoofly" for Fuller and not qualified to run agent nets. openDemocracy
  • Gingerbread was one of those things, so your shoofly sounds good. I Break For Shoofly Pie
  • This sounds so good, I've only had shoofly pie once, but I did really enjoy it. I Break For Shoofly Pie
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