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Idioms for 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.
Example sentences from the Web for meat
She drew it out and with a flourish waved above her head a clean, meatless but unmistakable ham bone!Molly Brown's Senior Days|Nell Speed
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.The Iron Ration|George Abel Schreiner
Usually a meatless soup is served for lunch, or a simple dish of rice or vegetables.New Homes for Old|Sophonisba Preston Breckinridge
English newspapers have been excluded from Germany, and Berlin has added truthless to meatless days.
It is a common mistake in a meatless breakfast to use too large a proportion of cereal.American Cookery|Various
British Dictionary definitions for meat
Derived forms of meatmeatless, adjective
Word Origin for meat
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