Definition of Pinbone
1. the hipbone [n -S] - See also: hipbone
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pinbone
Literary usage of Pinbone
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Science of Everyday Life: Projects for Junior High Schools by Edgar Flandreau Van Buskirk, Edith Lillian Smith (1919)
"This latter cut contains the sirloin, pinbone and porterhouse steaks. 11. Clod — There is practically no waste in this cut. It is used principally for ..."
2. The Fundamentals of Live Stock Judging and Selection by Robert Seth Curtis (1920)
"10, 11—Plate. 7—Rib. 12—Shank. 8—Chuck. 13—Suet. 1—Hind shank. 6—pinbone loin. 2—Round, R and S, off. ..."
3. Life and Work in Newfoundland: Reminiscences of Thirteen Years Spent There by Julian Moreton (1863)
"... resting once in the midst. Turn. A burden. As much as a man will carry at one time. Charm. Pronounced cherm. A chant or song. pinbone. The hip-bone. ..."