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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - Salt pork from the belly of a hog carcass.

Usage examples (18)
  • Dinky-Dunk ever to speak of it as "sowbelly" or even as a "slice of grunt" again.
  • I shall never again eat meat that will taste as good as the fried "sowbelly" did then, accompanied by "flapjacks" and plenty of good, strong coffee.
  • "Better warm up the sowbelly and mash a few beans," he said.
  • “Better warm up the sowbelly and mash a few beans,” he said. for more
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