- beef wellington,
- beefsteak begonia
Origin of beefeater
Examples from the Web for beefeater
So they would have stood forever, if the Beefeater hadn't come in and commanded them, in the queen's name, to drop their weapons.The Librarian at Play|Edmund Lester Pearson
The beefeater before the door of the Lady Mary's lodgings spat upon the ground when he had passed.The Fifth Queen|Ford Madox Ford
"warder of the Tower of London," 1670s, a contemptuous reference to well-fed servants of the royal household; the notion is of "one who eats another's beef" (cf. Old English hlaf-æta "servant," literally "loaf-eater").