- v. Simple past tense and past participle of french.
“Many details were quite overlooked that night, which was a fortunate circumstance for Miss Helen Doolittle, and her hard-hit midshipman, who had "frenched" out of Bancroft not only with mamma's knowledge, but with her coöperation.”
“This menu stars pretty "frenched" lamb chops stripping the fat back from the rib bone to create a "lollipop" chop.”
“Tips For a more elegant presentation, buy your lamb rack frenched, meaning the meat and fat are cut cleanly away from the rib ends.”
“frenched" so they're bare, and the rack sliced neatly into pink chops.”
“Well, I'm feeling like I know this Mark/not-Mark guy that I just frenched and I'm definitely not — he's grabbing my head between his hands again, goddamn he's got big hands, big, hulking, somewhat calloused hands and this is not what I thought it'd be like — kissing Mark.”
“How come there's always that 'get ready to get frenched' picture of her ...”
“I find that children like frenched lamb chops, as they are easy to pick up and eat.”
“The chefs have to cut individual chops from each rack and make sure that the bone is frenched.”
“Mario Marquez, who supposedly frenched Kelly Tanaka at the roller rink, rides by on his dirt bike and says, “Smell ya later, Poo!””
“And, of course, I was also thinking of those MTV Video Music Awards in which Britney, already well on her way to madness, frenched Madonna.”
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