Definition of Luncheon meat

1. Noun. Any of various sausages or molded loaf meats sliced and served cold.

Exact synonyms: Lunch Meat
Generic synonyms: Loaf, Cold Cuts

Definition of Luncheon meat

1. Noun. (U.K.) lunch meat ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Luncheon Meat

lunch buckets
lunch kettle
lunch lady
lunch meat
lunch meats
lunch meeting
lunch pail
lunch pails
lunch period
luncheon meat (current term)
luncheon meeting
luncheon voucher

Literary usage of Luncheon meat

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Business of Being a Housewife: A Manual to Promote Household Efficiency by Armour and Company (1917)
"... Cucumbers Luncheon Beef,* Stew luncheon meat * luncheon meat,* Country Style luncheon meat,* New England Style luncheon meat,* New Orleans luncheon meat ..."

2. Cooking With the Baker Street Bunchby M. W. Paulson by M. W. Paulson (2006)
"STUFF TO MAKE IT 6 slices of ham luncheon meat 1/2 cups finely diced celery ... Top these with 1 slice of luncheon meat Top these with the remaining slices ..."

3. Lessons in Cookery by Frances Elizabeth Stewart (1918)
"Luncheon MEAT STOCK Beef broth Wafers Ingredients: Egg salad Brown-bread sandwiches Fresh fruit Meat Stock Made without Vegetables 1 Ib. meat and bone (such ..."

4. Second Report of the Expert Panel on Detection, Evaluation, and Treatment of Scott M. Grundy by Scott M. Grundy (1997)
"... lamb—regular ground beef, fatty cuts, spare ribs, organ meats Poultry with skin, fried chicken Fried fish, fried shellfish Regular luncheon meat, eg, ..."

5. American Medicine (1913)
"The scientific list is as follows: Breakfast, fish, bacon, toast and butter, coffee and tea; luncheon, meat or poultry, potatoes, salad, baked bread, ..."

6. The World Book: Organized Knowledge in Story and Picture edited by Michael Vincent O'Shea, Ellsworth D. Foster, George Herbert Locke (1918)
"... and cold boiled ham being equally popular for sandwiches and as a luncheon meat. The curing of ham is an important branch of the meat-packing industry, ..."

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