from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A pie made of eggs.


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  • Alse had a way with spicing and adding chopped bacon and greens to egg-pie that raised the humble dish to something suitable for the table of the Queen herself.

    Owlsight Lackey, Mercedes 1998

  • It consisted of Polony sausages, sweetmeats, and an egg-pie -- a Lancashire dainty, which Rachel the cook occasionally sent up, for she was a native of that county.

    It Might Have Been The Story of the Gunpowder Plot Emily Sarah Holt 1864

  • "Eldest, " she said with complete truth, "For your wife's egg-pie I would arm-wrestle a bear.

    Owlsight Lackey, Mercedes 1998


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