Origin of suet
Examples from the Web for suety
It spoke in a thick, suety sort of voice, and Alice hadn't a word to say in reply: she could only sit and look at it and gasp.Through the Looking-Glass|Charles Dodgson, AKA Lewis Carroll
To the stodgy, suety world of course it's little else than sheer moonshine, midsummer madness.The Return|Walter de la Mare
Word Origin for suet
late 14c., "solid fat formed in the torsos of cattle and sheep," probably from an Anglo-French diminutive of sius, the nominative use of sue, seu "tallow, grease," from Old French sieu "tallow," from Latin sebum "tallow, grease" (see sebum).