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- adj. Describing something that has had its bones removed.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of debone.
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- adj. having had the bones removed
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Or the plump and moist quail which the menu calls deboned, but isn't quite.
Soak deboned rabbit meat in a salt water brine for 3 days.
"I can have a five-footer skinned, deboned and processed in about 15 minutes," she says.
A fair rule of thumb is that you will get about 40% of the live weight of a deer if carefully deboned so as not to have excessive waste.
Though he felt light-headed from the morning and afternoon group-meditation sessions and the trancing suck of the desert sun, he pushed himself up and tottered back to the yurt on legs that might as well have been deboned for all the stability they offered him, this perfect gift of the dragonfly inside him and no way to get it out.
Then being deboned, mechanically separated, and reformed into a tasty sauce-slathered McPatty.
The fish is deboned so it makes eating it a lot less messy.
Rocklands Barbeque and Grilling Company is stuffing toothsome morsels of deboned thankfully and grilled muskrat into a jalapeno, which is then deep fried.
But in water, boy, I'm weightless and turning, a regular fish — afloat, flopping, deboned.
Saturday afternoon she deboned chicken breasts and put the raw meat aside; then she simmered the bones with green onions and squashed garlic and ginger.
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