Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having meat or a fleshy part (of a specified kind): used in composition: as, a sweet-meated nut; light-meated or dark-meated fowls.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. obsolete Fed; fattened.
- adj. Having (such) meat; -- used chiefly in composition.
“That recipe you shared does make for some fine eating on white meated fowl!”
“We probably eat (on average) 2-3 meatless dinners per week and only one meated breakfast and a few meated lunches a week.”
“As a red squiggle appears under meated, I'm genuinely surprised it isn't a word.”
“Perhaps you should call buffalo wings malfleshed and donate 2% of your income to under-meated peoples in India.”
“Is this a sign that I'm addicted to the spicy orange sparsely meated morsel?”
“I agree about the minotaurs and think under-meated should be hyphenated like Rodham-Clinton should be hypenated.”
“They had the yellow-meated melon as well for lunch.”
“On the list: wild rice, yellow-meated watermelon, a selection of plums, apples, and tomatoes, and many more.”
“To be honest I have never bothered keeping "bariletes" or other red meated fish but the recipe does sound good.”
“It seems to me that with any sense of humor he could see the Dreiserian absurdities of how the circus people “ate the cod, bass, mackerel, halibut, clams and oysters of the New England coast, the terrapin of Maryland, the fat beeves, porks and cereals of the middle west” etc. etc. down to “the pink meated lobsters that grope their way along the sea-floors of America.””
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