from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A thick porterhouse steak taken from the small end of the loin and containing a T-shaped bone. Also called T-bone steak.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. T-bone steak
- v. Collide perpendicularly with the side of (chiefly) another vehicle.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as tau-bone.
He ran a red light—it’s called a T-bone collision, when you hit someone exactly in the side like that.
T-bone is hilarious when he tags a deer .... he starts dancing, enough said.
We tasted it with T-bone steak, and the combination worked very well.
Really serious Buffett devotees order the T-bone and hash browns, because that is what “Warren” is rumored to eat.
"Survival means focusing on a niche and going for it like a pit bull after a T-bone," he says.
Four sinister clowns with wings and tails and skirts held high trotted a T-bone Tango Two-step on an enormous cerulean blue beach ball balanced on the nose of a wine red walrus perched precipitously upon a hubcapped Diamond Star Unicycle of unique design.
Both cook at different rates, so you will have a problem cooking the perfect T-bone.
If you T-bone some idiot who was busy on their mobile phone at a round-about, no one will care how urgent the job was.
Sometimes she spends all of it by the middle of the month, buys a fancy fountain pen for herself, several pounds of frozen shrimp, some T-bone steaks, or takes the three of us to see a play.
If you choose the nine-ounce filet mignon, you will be getting essentially half the fat and calories of the sixteen-ounce T-bone.