Examples of gristle in a Sentence
a cheap piece of meat, full of gristle and fat
Recent Examples of gristle from the Web
The girls are also given more origin-story gristle.
Tear pork into shaggy pieces, discarding any sections of fat or gristle, and return meat to pot with cooking liquid.
Marinate beef: Trim off any gristle from the beef, then cut into 3/4-inch (2-cm) cubes.
Remove the pork from the pot and use two forks to shred it, discarding any gristle.
Rendered through these three artists, the sweat and gristle of black genius—which is to say, the bone-tough work of black genius—was nearly impossible to escape, online and off.
The meat was tender and boldly beefy, but there was some gristle and fat to work around.
Monumentally weird, aggressively perverse, and not infrequently nauseating, Ballard’s most infamous novel is a raw tapestry of mucous membranes and mucilage, gristle and gore and globules of semen.
Together the ensemble - representing the boundless and the finite, the cosmic and the gristle of human life- speaks to life and death.
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GRISTLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of gristle for English Language Learners
: tough matter in meat that is difficult to eat
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