Examples of mutton in a Sentence
a meal of mutton and potatoes
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The dress featured a peaked demi-leg-o-mutton sleeve, a nod to Elizabethan tradition, and worked well with a plunging v-neckline.
His outfit is accented by a pocket square, and by his unruly signature mutton chops and mustache.
For lunch, go with Shatrun and Bhavna (who has exquisite taste and is planning a shop at Dev Shree that will be a divine blessing) and the Rani to picnic with the farmer, Bahpoo, who believes in mutton-to-plate.
Fans of all ages came together to watch events ranging from bull riding to mutton bustin’ to barrel racing.
Valley Center’s Stampede Rodeo & Festival celebrates its patriotism and Western heritage with cowgirls and cowboys competing in races with broncs, bulls, mutton busting, junior barrel racing, a wild donkey race and a calf scramble.
Rodeo weekend showcases Western lifestyle, professional sport, Main Street Parade, mutton bustin’, community dances, more.
In the wake of the sensational press coverage, ill-mannered sailors of the British reportedly began referring to their putrid canned mutton as bits of Fanny Adams.
In 1943, World War II rationing of meat, fats and cheese began, limiting consumers to store purchases of an average of about two pounds a week for beef, pork, lamb and mutton using a coupon system.
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MUTTON Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of mutton for English Language Learners
: the meat of an adult sheep used as food
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