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  • n. The meat of a goat, used as food; chevon.


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goat +‎ meat


  • The Committee for Relevant Art is feting Kolade Oshinowo, a leading member of the third generation of contemporary Nigerian artists, with evergreen highlife music and goatmeat peppersoup at the club.

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • His breath always tastes of goatmeat though, and he refused to chew mint to sweeten it as we girls did, as even you did at times.

    jaxraven Diary Entry

  • She sat on the log beside the tall leader, and ate heartily of the broth and broiled goatmeat, the grapes and the nuts, and drank of the spring water which took the place of wine and coffee and cordial.

    Beverly of Graustark

  • And the most obvious order is probably the goat platter, available in sizes to feed 2, 4 or 8, an arrangement of sliced goatmeat served in broth on a ceramic plate, like a Korean goat pot a feu, that seethes over a Sterno inferno.

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