mincemeat mincemeat  /ˈmɪns ˌmit/


  • (n) spiced mixture of chopped raisins and apples and other ingredients with or without meat


  1. At Bletchley Park, Alan Turing built a succession of vacuum-tube machines called Colossus that made mincemeat of Hitler's Enigma codes.
  2. When Melissa Frake wins first prize not only for her mincemeat but for two different kinds of pickles, she nearly knocks herself down with her palm-leaf fan.
  3. He changes sides several times, several times buys and talks his way out of captivity, is dishonored, vindicated, at last makes mincemeat of the Moslems, wins beautiful Gianna.


  1. Spurs vs. Heat: LeBron James wins second straight Finals MVP

    LeBron James was the league's MVP this year, and after guiding the Miami Heat to a seven-game victory in the NBA Finals he's also the Finals MVP, his second year in a row earning the award. James had 37 points, 12 rebounds, and four assists in the decisive Game 7, making mincemeat of the Spurs' series-long strategy of giving him space. He drilled five threes, and with less than 30 seconds on the ...
    on June 21, 2013     Source: SB Nation

  2. Stars Rescue Chicago Blackhawks' Stanley Cup Dreams in Wild OT Game

    The Chicago Blackhawks were desperate to climb back into the Stanley Cup Final. If only they could scratch out a goal or two against Tuukka Rask , they would have a chance to go back to Chicago with the series tied 2-2. That was the theory before the start of Game 4. However, the Blackhawks and Bruins made mincemeat of that idea and engaged in a track meet of a hockey game that saw Chicago ...
    on June 20, 2013     Source: Bleacher Report

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  1. "When you look at the process of getting here and the mincemeat that was made of this proposal," McGavick says of the recent $700 billion financial rescue package passed by Congress and signed by President Bush, "it's to remind yourself that,...
    on Oct 13, 2008 By: Mike McGavick Source: TMCnet

  2. A message from British intelligence to Churchill said simply: "Mincemeat swallowed whole."
    on Jan 21, 2009 By: Winston Churchill Source: GazetteLive

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