meat taken from full-grown sheep
Deaf (mutt and jeff) deaf
\mut"ton\ (?), n. [oe. motoun, of. moton, molton, a sheep, wether, f. mouton, ll. multo, by transposition of l fr. l. mutilus mutilated. see mutilate.] 1.
a sheep. [obs.] not so much ground as will feed a mutton. h. sidney. muttons, beeves, and porkers are good old words for the living quadrupeds. 2.
the flesh of a sheep. the fat of roasted mutton or beef. 3.
a loose woman; a prostitute. [obs.]mutton
bird (zo?l.), the australian short-tailed petrel (nectris brevicaudus).mutton
chop, a rib of mutton for broiling, with the end of the bone at the smaller part chopped off.mutton
fish (zo?l.), the american eelpout. see eelpout.mutton
fist, a big brawny fist or hand. [colloq.]mutton
monger, a pimp. [low & obs.]
mutton chop mutton bird
mutton fish laced mutton
leg-of-mutton mutton fist
welsh mutton shoulder-of-mutton sail
Lamb, hogget, and mutton (UK, India, South Africa, Canada, Nepal, New Zealand and Australia) are terms for the meat of domestic sheep (species Ovis aries) at different ages.
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1. meat from a mature domestic sheep
(part-holonym) domestic sheep, Ovis aries
2. the square of a body of any size of type
(synonym) em, mut
(hypernym) area unit, square measure
n. mutton flesh Mollt, Mollwyn =
n. mutton; a wether
The flesh of a sheep.
A loose woman; a prostitute.
1. undeniably dead; 2. dull; boring
very quick something made out to be better than it really is something made out to be better than it really is rabbit, rabbit meat
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