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Noun: "a single piece of a quantity of finely-chopped, fried potatoes; singular form of hash browns"[edit]

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  • 2010 — Olivia Cunning, Backstage Pass: Sinners on Tour, Sourcebooks Casablanca (2010), ISBN 9781402244421, page 175:
    He plucked a hash brown from her chest and popped it in her mouth before slurping several more into his mouth.

Noun: "a fried patty made from finely-diced bits of potato"[edit]

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  • 1996Michael Palmer, Critical Judgement, Bantam Books (1998), ISBN 0553574086, page 266:
    Having missed out on dinner at the Peking Pagoda, it seemed only appropriate to reward herself for making it through the night with an Egg McMuffin and a hash brown or two.
  • 2008 — David Milnes, The Ghost of Neil Diamond, what tradition books (2010), ISBN 9780956509321, page 234:
    Ah, how different a hash brown was at the InterContinental to a hash brown at McDonald's!
  • 2011 — Alyssa Newcomb, "Civics Teacher Arrested in McDonald's Hash-Brown Smackdown", ABC News, 20 December 2011:
    A Florida middle school civics teacher who was arrested Saturday for misdemeanor battery denied she threw a hash brown at a McDonalds employee.
  • 2012 — Joe Dunthorne, Wild Abandon, Random House (2011), ISBN 9780679644347, unnumbered page:
    There were beans, toast, two portobello mushrooms, grilled tomatoes, a hash brown, and a poached egg.
  • 2012 — Paula Rae Wallace, Radiance, Trafford Publishing (2012), ISBN 9781466909403, page 27:
    She nodded, slowly unwrapping a breakfast sandwich and salting a hash brown.