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  • n. uncooked meat


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  • The sight of beating hearts and breathing lungs atop fleshy purple-green stalks, with rich blood coursing through the arteries that were strung about like vines and the smell of fresh raw meat billowing forth like perfume, thoroughly unsettled him, especially in the ruddy light.

    With a Single Spell

  • But neither could she help remembering Re-gina's friendly warning to the gist that any lady seen to have gained this particular rake's interest was raw meat for the gossip mills.

    Tender Rebel

  • Since discovering that Myron was a close friend of Windsor Horne Lockwood III's, Francois had befriended Myron in the same way a dog befriends a man with raw meat in his pocket.

    Drop Shot

  • The walls smelled faintly of raw meat and the music, which Rasheed described to her as logari, was loud.

    A Thousand Splendid Suns

  • She lifted the lid of the Crock-Pot on the counter and gazed at the raw meat and vegetables inside.


  • This was important, because subsequently, the surgeon transplanted a four-inch-long segment of muscle from my inner left thigh onto the end of my right stump, and after fishing out the arteries in my arm, he connected their blood supplies to the slab of raw meat stitched onto my forearm.

    127 Hours


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