Definitions

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  • noun chop cut from a lamb

Etymologies

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Examples

  • I remember Pip explaining in an earlier series that mishaps follow him "like a dog follows a man with bacon trousers and lamb-chop underpants".

    Bleak Expectations: more than an old curiosity

  • His broad face with the lamb-chop sideburns cracked open in a big smile.

    The Whale Warriors

  • His broad face with the lamb-chop sideburns cracked open in a big smile.

    The Whale Warriors

  • Earlier this week, I attended the PAX gala in Manhattan, where Rosanne Cash, the daughter of the late Johnny Cash, and one of the honorees at the gala, sent a note to the semi-attentive lamb-chop eaters at Cipriani's.

    The Spiritual State: Just Ask

  • Mixed Grill from the Macellaio for 4 with Chicory Salad: The meats "from the butcher" that make up this mixed grill were: lamb-chop, sweet pork sausage, quail, calves' liver, and pork belly, all topped with some dressed bitter greens.

    Del Posto: 933 brunillian stars

  • Mixed Grill from the Macellaio for 4 with Chicory Salad: The meats "from the butcher" that make up this mixed grill were: lamb-chop, sweet pork sausage, quail, calves' liver, and pork belly, all topped with some dressed bitter greens.

    Augieland:

  • Algy blustered through his monstrous lamb-chop whiskers.

    Sweet Defiance

  • Algy blustered through his monstrous lamb-chop whiskers.

    Sweet Defiance

  • Algy blustered through his monstrous lamb-chop whiskers.

    Sweet Defiance

  • And that night she asked him, prefacing her question with the offering of an almost perfect lamb-chop.

    O. Henry Memorial Award Prize Stories of 1921

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