haunch : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n the hip and buttock and upper thigh in human beings
- n the loin and leg of a quadruped
- In Manhattan, an ecumenical group of friends sits down to a classic Seder meal including the symbolic foods: matzoth, bitter herbs and haunch of spring lamb.
- It was only when the first arrow--fired from just yards away--struck it in the haunch that it realized something was up.
- He'd spray ammunition at a beast until he struck a haunch or horn or dewlap.
- Charles Saumarez Smith in ARTINFO
Charles Saumarez Smith, secretary and chief executive of the Royal Academy, said: "We are delighted by the decision of Haunch of Venison to move into 6 Burlington Gardens. This arrangement will enable us to further our goals in the redevelopment of...