Origin of mutton1
Related formsmut·ton·y, adjective
Definition for mutton (2 of 2)
Origin of mutton2
Examples from the Web for mutton
Cue heartbroken Galavant engorging himself on booze and mutton back home.
The speciality was mutton tagine, softly braised in the tagine pot with peas, vegetables, and spices.
Mutton Tagine in Zaita, Morocco This photo was taken at a tiny roadside town on the drive to Fez.
It was "no Curtius leap, but mutton madness," and the hotheads are compared to the Gadarene swine.Mr. Punch's History of Modern England Vol. III of IV|Charles L. Graves
Between tea and coffee, or beef and mutton there is a relation of a different kind.Supply and Demand|Hubert D. Henderson
Both the young and the old Houtouktou sent us a scarf of blessing, with a good provision of butter and quarters of mutton.Travels in Tartary, Thibet, and China|Evariste Regis Huc
From the mountaineer they obtained a few extra provisions, including a portion of the mutton that had been killed.Dave Porter in the Far North|Edward Stratemeyer
All London necks of mutton come to table crescents—regularly curled.