meat (part of speech: noun)
hot dog, sausage, filet mignon, lamb, tenderloin, chicken, wiener, flesh, loin chop, meat, T-bone steak, kidney, bacon, smoked sausage, pork chop, frankfurter, poultry, cutlet, chop, meat pie, flank, roast, Canadian bacon, porterhouse steak, sirloin, pork, hamburger, spareribs, fillet, pot roast, rump roast, liver, brisket, lamb chop, minute steak, sirloin steak, ground beef, mutton, ribs, venison, ham, turkey, ham hock, beef, roast beef, meat loaf, tripe
- Andrea del Sarto, for example, once brought as his contribution to the feast a model of this very church we are studying, the Baptistery, of which the floor was constructed of jelly, the pillars of sausages, and the choir desk of cold veal, while the choristers were roast thrushes. - "A Wanderer in Florence", E. V. Lucas.
- The season for veal is spring; it can usually be purchased, however, throughout the year. - "School and Home Cooking", Carlotta C. Greer.
- " It's only a veal cutlet, my son," said the old man, piteously, as he stooped and picked it up before wiping his face. - "Lady Maude's Mania", George Manville Fenn.