Origin of lard
OTHER WORDS FROM lardlardlike, adjectiveo·ver·lard, verb (used with object)un·lard·ed, adjectivewell-larded, adjective
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How to use lard in a sentence
He was to examine all butter and lard and measure all firewood for sale, making allowances for crooked or uneven sticks.
What should doctors advise—stick with low fat or start cooking with lard?
On dessert menu at one new hotel, a “Mondae”—frozen lard covered in borsch with a turnip on top.Up to a Point: PJ O’Rourke on Sochi and Senate Slackers|P. J. O’Rourke|February 7, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In front of it stood a beat-up stove on top of which sat a shoulder of pork braising in hot manteca (lard).A Culinary Tour to Answer the Age-Old Question: Why Is Mexican Food So Good?|Condé Nast Traveler|November 5, 2013|DAILY BEAST
But beyond that point, there's no reason to lard on extra damage.
He had only a one-pound tin of lard, half a small loaf of bread and his water bottle to keep him going.
Great care is taken in this operation not to break the leaf, and oil or lard is freely used in the work.
The same scents may also be used for pomatum, which should be made of perfectly pure lard, or marrow.The Ladies' Book of Etiquette, and Manual of Politeness|Florence Hartley
When some friend spoke to her of her rival's salon, she exclaimed, "Voil bien du bruit pour une omelette au lard."
An' so when I went courtin' m' third wife, I took a stitch in time an' told her about the camphor an' ker'sene an' lard.Fifty Contemporary One-Act Plays|Various
May be removed by simmering the bark of the root of bitter-sweet in lard, till it becomes very yellow.Domestic Animals|Richard L. Allen