[suhth -ern-frahyd] /ˈsʌð ərnˈfraɪd/
coated with flour, egg, and bread crumbs and fried in deep fat:
(often lowercase) Slang. characteristic of or originating in the South:
a vocabulary full of southern-fried expressions.
(of meats, esp chicken) dipped in a mixture of flour and breadcrumbs and deep-fried
Also country-fried. (of music) combined with or influenced by elements of country-and-western music
(derogatory) Also country-fried. characteristic of or pertaining to the Southeastern US, esp in culture, politics, or religion Compare chicken-fried (sense 2)
- Southern fur seal
noun 1. another name for New Zealand fur seal
noun 1. the half of the earth between the South Pole and the equator. southern hemisphere noun (often capitals) 1. that half of the earth lying south of the equator 2. (astronomy) that half of the celestial sphere lying south of the celestial equator Southern Hemisphere The half of the Earth south of the equator. […]
- Southern ireland
noun 1. See Ireland (sense 2)
noun 1. a pronunciation, expression, or behavioral trait characteristic of the U.S. South.