best end

  1. the end of the neck of lamb, pork, etc, nearest to the ribs

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How to use best end in a sentence

  • In fact, I can do you the best end of the neck at tenpence, madam, if you'll wait a moment while I sharpen the knife.

    Happy Days | Alan Alexander Milne
  • Both the loin and the best end of the neck are excellent for roasting.

    Woman's Institute Library of Cookery, Vol. 3 | Woman's Institute of Domestic Arts and Sciences
  • The fellow left the table not well pleased with what we generally consider the best end of a Yankee dinner, the last plate.

    Death Valley in '49 | William Lewis Manly
  • But Judith thought that the conversation had best end there.

    The Barrier | Allen French
  • Of course, you an' Dan are bound to have the best end of it.