side (part of speech: noun)
- Less than an hour later he was back, a haunch of venison across one shoulder. - "The Return of Tharn", Howard Carleton Browne.
- And even old Materne said to his sons:-" In other days, after two or three days of hunting in the high mountains in winter, I also used to feel the hunger of a wolf, and to eat a haunch of venison right off: now I am getting old, one or two pounds of meat are sufficient for me-- which shows what age does." - "The Invasion of France in 1814", Ã‰mile Erckmann Alexandre Chatrian.
- In the old days at Fort Loudon they had often taken note of this preference, and stopped there to leave as a gift a choice haunch, or saddle, or to crave the privilege of nailing a gigantic pair of antlers to vie with the others on the walls of the great hall. - "The Story of Old Fort Loudon", Charles Egbert Craddock.