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fleshhook

[ flesh-hook ]
/ ˈflɛʃˌhʊk /
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noun
a hook for use in lifting meat, as from a pot.
a hook to hang meat on.
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Origin of fleshhook

Middle English word dating back to 1275–1325; see origin at flesh, hook1
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