noun por·ter·house \ˈpr-tər-ˌhas\

Definition of PORTERHOUSE

:  a house where malt liquor (as porter) is sold
:  a large steak cut from the thick end of the short loin to contain a T-shaped bone and a large piece of tenderloin — see beef illustration

First Known Use of PORTERHOUSE

circa 1758


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