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Definition of Fatted
1. fat [v] - See also: fat
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fatted
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Literary usage of Fatted
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Writings in Prose and Verse of Rudyard Kipling by Rudyard Kipling (1902)
"The fatted calf is dressed for me, But the husks have greater zest lor me . . . I think my pigs will be best tor me, So I'm off to the styes afresh. ..."
2. The Soap Maker's Handbook of Materials, Processes and Receipts for Every by Carl Deite, Alwin Engelhardt, F. Wiltner (1912)
"Super-fatted toilet soap.—Cocoanut oil 100 Ibs., Adeps lanae 5 Ibs., ... Super-fatted toilet soap (yellow).—Cocoanut oil 84 Ibs., tallow 16 Ibs., ..."
3. General View of the Agriculture of Wiltshire: Drawn Up and Published by by Thomas Davis (1811)
"The sheep fatted in this district -ire usually bought in at the Michaelmas fairs: the ... Both cattle and sheep are fatted not only by professed graziers, ..."
4. The Rural Economy of Glocestershire: Including Its Dairy: Together with the by Marshall (William) (1796)
"The AGE, at which these oxen are usually fatted, is six years old! I do not mean to censure the workers of these oxen, for throwing them up, in their prime, ..."