Definitions

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  • adj. Not containing fat.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. containing no fat; -- of foods. Opposite of fat-containing.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. without fat or fat solids

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Examples

  • * A new gadget called a fat-free meat loaf pan is currently available.

    Make It Easy Make It Light

  • The restaurant concentrated on the items it knew best — burgers using 80% fat-free patties made from a blend of sirloin and chuck, hot dogs and fresh-cut fries cooked in peanut oil.

    Fast-growing Five Guys burger chain sticks to basic, fresh food

  • When she goes to Wendy's, Langford orders a side salad with fat-free dressing and

    Dining out without busting the bank or buttons

  • Southwest chargrilled salad with fat-free honey mustard dressing

    Dining out without busting the bank or buttons

  • They urge communities to offer financial incentives to the owners of corner markets and convenience stores in poor areas so they can carry more affordable healthful foods such as fruits and vegetables, and fat-free and low-fat dairy.

    Report maps out solutions to child obesity

  • Already in the 1920s the president of American Tobacco realised he could interest women in cigarettes by selling them as a fat-free way to satisfy hunger.

    Smoke and minors

  • The flip side of that is how do you maintain or create the element of surprise that you get when you go into a physical store, walk down the aisle and say: I've never tried those fat-free potato chips.

    Get Briefed: Josh James

  • Combine ½ cup of fat-free Greek yogurt with ½ cup fresh blueberries or strawberries.

    The Mommy Diet

  • I enjoy a burrito with a scrambled egg, chopped tomato, and melted fat-free cheese topped with salsa.

    Body by Design

  • Post says the symbol will be part of a healthy-eating initiative that will convey seven key messages from the dietary guidelines, including: enjoy food but eat less; make half your plate fruits and vegetables; drink water instead of sugary drinks; and switch to fat-free or low-fat 1% milk.

    Government replaces food guide pyramid with a plate

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