Definition of Cutlet

1. Noun. Thin slice of meat (especially veal) usually fried or broiled.

Exact synonyms: Escallop, Scallop, Scollop
Generic synonyms: Piece, Slice
Derivative terms: Scallop, Scollop



Definition of Cutlet

1. n. A piece of meat, especially of veal or mutton, cut for broiling.

Definition of Cutlet

1. Noun. A thin slice of meat, usually fried. ¹

2. Noun. A chop, a specific piece of meat cut from the side of an animal, especially said of pork, chicken, and beef. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Cutlet

1. a slice of meat [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cutlet

cutisector
cutises
cutization
cutlas
cutlases
cutlass
cutlass bearing
cutlasses
cutlassfish
cutlassfishes
cutleaved coneflower
cutler
cutleries
cutlers
cutlery
cutlet (current term)
cutlets
cutline
cutlines
cutling
cutoff
cutoffs
cutose
cutout
cutouts
cutover
cutovers
cutpoint
cutpoints
cutproof

Literary usage of Cutlet

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1. The Works of Charles Lamb by Charles Lamb (1871)
"Brought up at a public bar — cutlet. Brought up to an odious trade — Pen. ... By a judge and jury— cutlet. By an invidious exclusion, disqualified for ..."

2. Ainsworth's Magazine: A Miscellany of Romance, General Literature, & Art by William Harrison Ainsworth, George Cruikshank, Hablot Knight Browne (1844)
"... than by giving one of his day's adventures, when, according to the phraseology of a popular naval character, Jemmy Teviot was " cruising for a cutlet. ..."

3. Eliana: Being the Hitherto Uncollected Writings of Charles Lamb by Charles Lamb (1865)
"Brought up at a public bar — cutlet. Brought up to an odious trade — Pen. ... By a judge and jury— cutlet. By an invidious exclusion, disqualified for ..."

4. Lord Byron and Some of His Contemporaries: With Recollections of the Author by Leigh Hunt (1828)
"Henceforth let a kitchen be illustrious, should a gentleman choose to take a cutlet in it. But houses and their customs were different in those days. ..."

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