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- adjective fed until grown and ready for slaughter or for sale in the market; -- of market animals.
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- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
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- adjective (of market animals) made ready for market
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It explained the fate of Montau* ban; a label fattened to it, was infcribed LAUDANUM; its deadly contents he
Standing firm against the fattened are the calf-like, so we may die peacefully.
I'm a purist and loathe the idea of fattened goose liver in my burger.
Each year, the gross Social Security check is "fattened" by a few dollars.
The change in personnel "fattened" the band's sound and added a new dimension of versatility to Sour Mash.
Eventually those kind of fattened interests have a way of colliding with the king and need to be eliminated.
But the father said to his slaves, “Quickly bring out the best robe and put it on him, and put a ring on his hand and sandals on his feet; and bring the fattened calf, kill it, and let us eat and celebrate; for this son of mine was dead and has come to life again; he was lost and has been found.”
Does anyone have any doubt that ACORN's leaders have fattened their personal bank accounts with taxpayer money????
The number of land rigs in the U.S. drilling for natural gas is down 8% from a year ago, while oilrigs are up 81%, according to oilfield-service company Baker Hughes , Inc. In April, companies reported more rigs drilling for oil than gas for the first time since 1995, underscoring how oil's profit margins have fattened.
I learned a lot, made good money (great money for the area where I lived) for six months, fattened my bank account, and then fled for California, where I spent a month hanging out in coffeehouses.