boneless boneless  /ˈboʊn ləs/

Definition(s):

  • (adj) being without a bone or bones

Usage(s):

  1. 1 kg boneless goat or lamb meat, in bite-size cubes 100 ml yoghurt, whisked 4 tomatoes, chopped fine 30-35 green cardamoms, whole.
  2. Nonetheless, it is crippled by being a bookless musical and, like a boneless fish, it drifts when it should swim.
  3. Their heads are split, their torsos are boneless.

News

  1. Roberto Cavalli Gives Beyoncé Alien Legs

    Designer Roberto Cavalli's Facebook page posted a sketch of a dress for Beyoncé's tour featuring a hyperreal but totally unrealistic illustration of the singer, that morphs her into a stick-thin, seemingly boneless Barbie. It's, well, creepy. 
    on June 11, 2013     Source: The Atlantic Wire via Yahoo! News

  2. Pancetta-wrapped pork loin

    Serves 4 If you can cut a piece of string, you won't have a problem putting this pork loin together. The fresh tasting boneless meat is wrapped in Italian pancetta (cured pork that's salted and spiced, rather than smoky like bacon). As the meat roasts, the pancetta bastes it with salty, peppery drippings; fresh herbs add their aromatics, and the ...        
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Boston Globe

  3. Healthy curried chicken salad sandwich

    On today's Healthy at Home recipe, Chef Dan Eaton will be poaching boneless skinless chicken breasts and then cooling those down, chopping them up and making curried chicken salad sandwiches with diced apple, almonds, dried cranberries and curry powder.
    on June 10, 2013     Source: News 14 Carolina

Quotes

  1. "That includes boneless, bone-in, offals and variety meats," Schwab said, referring to a recent international ruling that US beef is safe and pledges by South Korean leaders to abide by that decision.
    on Jun 4, 2007 By: Susan Schwab Source: Reuters

  2. "Trade resumption in boneless beef is the first step in normalizing trade of beef and beef products with Korea," Johanns adds. "We look forward to expanding our access to the Korean market and other export markets to achieve trade that is...
    on Sep 8, 2006 By: Mike Johanns Source: Farm Futures

  3. "There is a new culinary dish being churned out in the political arena and it is called 'spineless politician' like the boneless chicken," Raj said.
    on Oct 9, 2008 By: Raj Thackeray Source: Indian Express

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