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, veal, ham, turkey, ham hock, beef, roast beef, meat loaf, tripe
- It was exciting to eat in a real restaurant, and venison steak would be a welcome change from what they'd been eating. - "We Were There at the Oklahoma Land Run", James Arthur Kjelgaard.
- She was just beginning to train them, and to consider that they needed a little stronger food now than she could give them, and a nice bit of venison was the very thing to begin on. - "Rataplan", Ellen Velvin.
- That, reckoning venison worth six cents a pound, would bring us in about thirty dollars a month. - "The Boy Trapper", Harry Castlemon.