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- n. A chop or rib of lamb.
- n. A term of endearment.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. chop cut from a lamb
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Thatnks for your kind comments about my Greek lambchop article recently.
BTW, it looks like an oiled up Bradley Cooper in the 3rd photo with the lambchop sideburns holding a chicken.
Anyone else see lambchop...like the shari lewis puppet?
It doesn't belong on the "side", it belongs "under" -- a big plopful under a lambchop, pork medallions, even a slice of meatloaf.
I would be a lambchop, succulent and juicy, and I would have had a wonderful life before I became a lambchop, gamboling across green hills and universally declared 'oh so cute .
I know a lot of people like other lambchop albums, like "nixon" and "how I quit smoking."
“Morning bell at seven, breakfast at seven-thirty, lessons from eight to twelve,” Pagan mumbled, as Kate cut her lambchop into little pieces.
Who knows, he might move home and you two get the house to yourself. replied to lambchop
I used to work with someone who just stashed every fifty cent piece she got and then forked that over as her charatable bit. lambchop replied to Scoobs
Another, sporting a fuzzy hat and impressive moustache / lambchop sideburns combo, advised his interviewees on "the way of the samurai".
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