type of steak, 1916, so called from the T-shaped bone that runs through it. The verb meaning "to strike (another car, bus, etc.) from the side" is by 1970, from adjectival use in reference to crashes, attested from 1952.
Earlier today, Tester and his wife, Sharla, drove from Great Falls, Mont., to their home, t-bone Farms, 80 miles northeast.
And Joan Van Ark, Peter Fonda, as well as clients like t-bone Burnett and the superstar songwriter Diane Warren.
“My thing was: Just learn to play like B.B. and t-bone,” Guy told me.
It was The Punch Brothers, Oscar, t-bone, Justin—everyone who worked on the soundtrack.
They ate at t-bone Tommy's, consuming a vast quantity of red meat with but a minor accompaniment of vegetables.
Not enough to buy a single Belgian a t-bone steak and fried potatoes.
The little restaurant—Denver fashion, it made specialities of "short orders," cream waffles and t-bone steaks—was almost deserted.
To hit a car, bus, etc, from the side: All the bus would have had to have been was another 8 or 10 feet into the intersection and that truck would have T-boned it/ hit the wall almost head-on and was T-boned by Eddie Cheever's car (1980s+)