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forcemeat

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noun force·meat \ˈfȯrs-ˌmēt\

Definition of forcemeat

  1. :  finely chopped and highly seasoned meat or fish that is either served alone or used as a stuffing —called also farce



Origin and Etymology of forcemeat

force (alteration of 2farce) + meat


First Known Use: circa 1688

Rhymes with forcemeat

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