Origin of gristle
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How to use gristle in a sentence
As an advertiser, “you have to get comfortable with the fact that, if you’re buying sausage, there’s going to be a lot of fat and gristle in there,” this executive said.Future of TV Briefing: Media companies grapple with getting advertisers to buy their platform video inventory|Tim Peterson|January 27, 2021|Digiday
She was mostly gristle and bone when we saw her, lying in the sun with her legs spread and a grimace on her face.
Savor the perfectly pitched ear required to turn a simple phrase like “a dumpling, some knurled pouch of gristle.”
Bone would prove too unyielding, but cartilage, or gristle, meets the case exactly.Voice Production in Singing and Speaking|Wesley Mills
It begins to have a little more consistence, and the future bones begin to resemble cartilage, or gristle.
Remove the fillet from a fine loin of mutton, trim away every particle of skin, fat, and gristle.Nelson's Home Comforts|Mary Hooper
There is salt which was in the saliva, in the gristle, and in the blood.The Chautauquan, Vol. III, January 1883|The Chautauquan Literary and Scientific Circle
Reivers struck, and Moirs nose disappeared in a welter of blood and gristle.The Snow-Burner|Henry Oyen