Barofsky recalls with evident glee that Warren “just filleted Geithner” at a June 2010 public TARP oversight hearing.
The Daphnephoria is headed by a boy, both whose parents are alive, and his nearest male relation carries the filleted pole.
Oh, tin of Brasso; what d'you expect, 'am an' eggs or a filleted sausage.
Cooked en casserole, or filleted, or grilled and stuffed with Carlsbad plums, it is delicious.
Let's have filleted steak and a bottle of Bass for dinner to-night.
The Psammead was put into a flat bass-bag that had come from Farringdon Market with two pounds of filleted plaice in it.
They are venerable looking and are clothed like miners in a filleted garment with a leather apron about their loins.
He is thinking the filleted sole very good indeed, and is lost to all other ideas.
filleted plaice (dressed white); veal cutlets, bacon, and baked tomatoes; cheese fondu.
I once took part in a Greek tableau, and wore sandals and filleted hair.
early 14c., "headband," from Old French filet (12c.) "thread, filament; strip, ligament," diminutive of fil "thread" (see file (v.)). Sense of "cut of meat or fish" is from late 14c., apparently so called because it was prepared by being tied up with a string. As a verb, from c.1600, "to bind with a narrow band;" meaning "to cut in fillets" is from 1846. Related: Filleted; filleting.
fillet fil·let (fĭl'ĭt)
A loop of cord or tape used for making traction on a part of the fetus.
A loop-shaped band of fibers, especially the lemniscus.