Mutton is the flesh of mature sheep used as food. In the Caribbean the term is often applied to goat.
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Meat from sheep that are over one year old.
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A typesetting term for the em quod.
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Mut'ton noun [ Middle English motoun , Old French moton , molton , a sheep, wether, French mouton , Late Latin multo , by transposition of l from Latin mutilus mutilated. See Mutilate .] 1.
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1. A sheep. 'Not so much ground as will feed a mutton.' (Sir H. Sidney) 'Muttons, beeves, and porkers are good old words for the living quadrupeds.' (Hallam) ... 2. The flesh of a sheep. 'The fat of roasted mutton or beef.' (Swift) ... 3. A loose woman; a prostitute. Mutton bird, the American eelpou...
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mut noun the square of a body of any size of type
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• (n.) The flesh of a sheep. • (n.) A sheep. • (n.) A loose woman; a prostitute.
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