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- n. A cut of meat including the rib bones.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A piece of pork, consisting or ribs with little flesh on them.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A cut of pork consisting of the upper part of a row of ribs with the meat adhering to them. Sparerib roasted or broiled is esteemed a delicacy.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a cut of pork ribs with much of the meat trimmed off
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The "sparerib" of southern cooks is made of the rib bones from a roast of pork, and makes a favorite dish when well browned.
Just yesterday while working Pritch in a grass lot she passed up her dummy in favor of a sparerib bone that she took great joy in bringing back to me.
He used his napkin to wipe sparerib glaze from his lips before leaning over and hugging her and planting a kiss on her cheek.
The final step was to buy a whole sparerib section, skin on.
Dancing a couple of times, auctions, the day on the borrowed raft, four—no, five—movies, fishing with Byron, badminton, the fireworks and the sparerib dinner outside the Town Hall on the Fourth.
Or, most recently, this clear soup with soft cubes of turnip and a background smokiness of sparerib bones.
Thanks for sparerib Hawaiian, chicken noodle soup, babaloa, shimesaba, chicken kiev, chicken liver salad and that awesome mocha cake with buttercream frosting...and of course all of the non-food-related things you've done for me!
If Endora decided to prove that Darrin was stubborn and pig-headed by giving him the head of a pig, it was inevitable that the client would turn out to be the owner of a chain of pork sparerib restaurants that needed a logo.
Larry mulled that over like a fella looking for one last bite of meat on a gnawed-up sparerib.
To Ruth, the line looked like a sparerib picked clean of meat.