Definition of Porkchop
1. Noun. Chop cut from a hog.
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Literary usage of Porkchop
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Military Ethics: Reflections on Principles-The Profession of Arms, Military edited by Malham M. Wakin (1994)
"porkchop. Located deep in the jungle of War Zone D was a small clearing in ... The object of our "porkchop" game was to see who would be the first FAC to ..."
2. Teaching The Best Practice Way: Methods That Matter, K-12 by Harvey Daniels, Marilyn Bizar (2005)
"For example, I was at [a] school playing basketball with an African American kid and then more African American kids came and started calling me "porkchop" ..."
3. Life of William McKinley, Our Martyred President: With Short Biographies of by Samuel Fallows (1901)
"A young Jew, who developed into one of the best fighters in the regiment, accepted, with entire equanimity, the name of 'porkchop. ..."
4. Adventure Guide to the Chesapeake Bay by Barbara Radcliffe Rogers, Stillman Rogers (2000)
"Grilled venison, horseradish-crusted salmon, stuffed porkchop or mahi mahi baked in coconut milk are served with either couscous or garlic mashed potatoes. ..."
5. Junction: Mild Adventure for the Armchair Ruralist by Vic Campbell (1992)
"I remember stories about General Lee and "The Charge up porkchop Hill." About Bull Halsey and "The Battle of Mobile Bay." Oh, they were good stories. ..."