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- adj. Without bones, especially as pertaining to meat or poultry prepared for eating.
- adj. Lacking strength, courage, or resolve; spineless.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Without bones.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Without bones; wanting bones: as, “his boneless gums,”
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. being without a bone or bones
To writhe his body about in boneless contortions for her amusement — “I dance for ladies” — and break off his exhibition in a fit of giggles.
The “spicy” pork was a thin boneless pork chop, cut into chunks and was not spicy at all.
A good butchering job of a cleanly killed deer should yield about 45 to 50 percent of the field-dressed weight in boneless, lean meat.
There was a big pargo ... like about 6 to 8 lbs and the whole fish was going for 40 pesos a kilo but I figure in boneless filets I'm going to lose about 1/2.
According to French butchering methods, the meat on top of the backbone from the shoulder to the hip, if taken off the bone, is called the boneless pork loin center and often comes to the meat seller in one piece.
Mr. Churchill said, I remember when I was a child, being to the celebrated Barnum Circus which contained an exhibition of freaks and monstrosities, but the exhibit on the program which I most desired to see was one which was described as the boneless wonder.
McDonald's has announced that it will be discontinuing the use of the controversial meat product known as boneless lean beef trimmings in its burgers.
There are some exceptions such as boneless, skinless chicken breasts - they will often be priced at $1.99 at Wegmans, but more often I see them for $2.59 - the price seems to change on a whim, never actually published as a sale.
He moved forward as he spoke, seized Mr. Roper by the back of his coat as if he were some kind of boneless mechanical toy, and deposited him in the passage outside the door.
I don’t think I was ever deluded into thinking these tacos would come close to equaling Kogi (and I was right), but they weren’t all that bad. $6 for two, the “short ribs” (aka boneless galbi) get stirred up with chopped veggies and kochujang, the slightly sweet and spicy red sauce that usually gets poured on top of bi bim bap.
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