Idioms about meat
- a person regarded merely as a sex object.
- a person, as a prizefighter or laborer, regarded merely as a strong or useful physical specimen.
Origin of meat
OTHER WORDS FROM meatmeatless, adjective
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH meatmeat , meet
How to use meat in a sentence
Chile relleno is another meatless meal, served in a mild salsa ranchero redolent of tomatoes.
Those exoskeletons might be tough to pick out of your teeth, but cobble together those meatless parts and, voilà, extra fiber.Forget the Starbucks Backlash—We Should Be Eating More Bugs|Daniel Stone|April 24, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Monday is meatless and Tuesday is dry,Wednesday is sugarless, too, gee whiz!With the Colors|Everard Jack Appleton
One day he had the idea that he would start a restaurant in the East-End for the sale of meatless foods.Once a Week|Alan Alexander Milne
After the bread card the next food restriction was the two meatless and fatless days a week.Germany in War Time|Mary Ethel McAuley
The meatless days and exorbitant prices had made further regulation in that department unnecessary.
So-and-so had eaten meat on a meatless day, and this or that person was having wheat bread and rolls baked by the cook.
British Dictionary definitions for meat
Derived forms of meatmeatless, adjective
Word Origin for meat
Other Idioms and Phrases with meat
In addition to the idioms beginning with meat
- meat and drink to one
- meat and potatoes
- beat the meat
- one's man's meat is another man's poison