Cookie vs Noodle - What's the difference?

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As nouns the difference between cookie and noodle

is that cookie is (label) a small, flat, baked cake which is either crisp or soft but firm (often with chocolate chips, candies or nuts mixed in) while noodle is (usually in plural) a string or strip of pasta.

As a verb noodle is

(fishing) to fish (usually for very large catfish) without any equipment other than the fisherman's own body.

cookie

English

(wikipedia cookie)

Alternative forms

* (uncommon)

Noun

(en noun)
  • (label) A small, flat, baked cake which is either crisp or soft but firm (often with chocolate chips, candies or nuts mixed in).
  • (label) A specifically American-style (l).
  • (label) A bun.
  • An (l), web cookie.
  • (label) A (l).
  • A young, attractive woman.
  • The female genitalia.
  • * 2009 , T. R. Oulds, Story of Many Secret Night , Lulu.com (2010), ISBN 9781409285816, unnumbered page:
  • Her legs hung over the edge and the large towel covered just enough of her lap to hide her 'cookie' .
  • * 2010 , Lennie Ross, Blow me , Lulu.com (2010), ISBN 9781257133819, page 47:
  • If she wanted to compete in this dog-eat-pussy world, she had to keep up her personal grooming, even if it meant spreading her legs and letting some Vietnamese woman rip the hair off her cookie every other week.
  • * 2014 , (Nicki Minaj), "" (Clean Version), (w) :
  • Cookie put his butt to sleep, now he callin' me Nyquil.

    Synonyms

    * (cake) (l), (l) (qualifier)

    Derived terms

    , (l) , (l) , (l) , (l) , (l) , (l) , (l) , , (l)}}

    See also

    * (l) (UK) * * * ----

    noodle

    English

    Noun

    (en noun) (wikipedia noodle)
  • (usually in plural) A string or strip of pasta.
  • She slurped a long noodle up out of her soup.
  • (colloquial, dated) A person with poor judgement; a fool.
  • * Sydney Smith
  • the chuckling grin of noodles
  • * Charles Dickens, Hard Times
  • If that portrait could speak, sir — but it has the advantage over the original of not possessing the power of committing itself and disgusting others, — it would testify, that a long period has elapsed since I first habitually addressed it as the picture of a noodle .
  • (colloquial) The brain, the head.
  • (colloquial) A pool noodle.
  • Derived terms

    * egg noodle * noodle bar * noodlehead * pool noodle

    See also

    * pasta *

    Verb

    (Noodling)
  • (fishing) To fish (usually for very large catfish) without any equipment other than the fisherman's own body
  • Fred had several lacerations on his hands from noodling for flathead in the river.
  • To think or ponder.
  • He noodled over the problem for a day or two before making a decision.
    "Noodle that thought around for a while" said Dr. Johnson to his Biblical Interpretations class
  • To fiddle, play with, or mess around.
  • If the machine is really broken, noodling with the knobs is not going to fix it.
  • To improvise music.
  • He has been noodling with that trumpet all afternoon, and every bit of it sounds awful.
  • (Australia) To fossick, especially for opals.
  • * 1989 , Association for Industrial Archaeology, Industrial archaeology review , Volume 12,
  • On the Olympic Field the tour-group is permitted to ‘noodle ’ (hunt for opals) on the waste or mullock heaps ...
  • * 1994 , RonMoon, Outback Australia: a Lonely Planet Australia guide ,
  • In Coober Pedy, noodling' for opals is generally discouraged, although a few tourist spots, such as the Old Timers Mine, have ' noodle pits open to the public.
  • * 2006 , Marele Day, Susan Bradley Smith, Fay Knight (editors), Making Waves: 10 Years of the Byron Bay Writers Festival ,
  • We learn how Lennon used to noodle (fossick) for opal as a kid, how camels were for a long time the only form of transportation, and where the name 'Coober Pedy' came from.

    Derived terms

    * noodler

    References