- a stew usually made of mutton, lamb, or beef, with potatoes, onions, etc.
Origin of Irish stew
First recorded in 1805–15
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Examples from the Web for irish stew
I seldom after it have an appetite, even for Irish-stew or toad-in-the-hole.Digby Heathcote
- a white stew made of mutton, lamb, or beef, with potatoes, onions, etc
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