meaty meaty  /ˈmi ti/


  1. (adj) like or containing meat
  2. (adj) being on topic and prompting thought


  1. Its last 190 pages are too full of military detail to interest most civilians, but its first 243 pages are meaty, revealing.
  2. So there is something that has a sort of perverse attraction, which is it's a meaty, substantive job with real responsibilities.
  3. Far from a warhorse, the show today looks surprisingly fresh, astringent, meaty and convention-defying.



  1. "We're still working through a number of issues, some of them just small and technical and other ones a little bit more meaty," said White House press secretary Dana Perino.
    on Dec 9, 2008 By: Dana Perino Source: Reuters

  2. "I was 5 over after 10 holes (in) the first round," Appleby said. "Here I am, the meaty end of the tournament and I almost got my nose across the line. From a stage where I didn't think I was going to get my nose across making the cut. So...
    on Apr 8, 2007 By: Stuart Appleby Source:

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