This chair by British designer Thomas Heatherwick is now on view in his show at haunch of Venison gallery in New York.
We had a haunch of the venison for dinner; it was very good, but without fat.
He had carried the haunch of venison on his back, a distance of about sixty miles.
A haunch of mutton should be dressed like venison, only in proportion as it may be less, it must not roast quite so long.
Can you eat an unskinned hare, or dine on the haunch of a bounding stag?
Some of it was in the haunch, the bulk in dark dried strips.
There was a fire in front of the lodge, and the haunch of a deer was cooking on the fire.
He was of a bright sorrel color, and he had a brand on one haunch.
Unfortunately for his repose, his haunch is as tender as his heart.
Sir Charles looked into the banquet-room; the haunch was being placed on the table.
early 13c., from Old French hanche (12c.) "hip, thigh; haunch," from a Germanic source, perhaps Frankish *hanka (cf. Old High German hinkan "to limp," ancha "leg," literally "joint;" Middle Dutch hanke "haunch"). "It is only since the 18th c. that the spelling haunch has displaced hanch" [OED]. Related: Haunches.