Sirloin

A cut of beef that lies between the Short Loin (very tender) and the Round (much tougher).
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sirloin

[n] - the portion of the loin (especially of beef) just in front of the rump
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Sirloin

Sir'loin` noun [ A corruption of surloin . Not so called because this cut of beef was once jocosely knighted (dubbed Sir Loin) by an English king, as according to a popular story.] A loin of beef, or a part of a loin. [ Written also surloin .]
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sirloin

noun the portion of the loin (especially of beef) just in front of the rump
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Sirloin

• (n.) A loin of beef, or a part of a loin.
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sirloin

sirloin 1. An expensive prime cut of beef used for roasting or steaks, taken from the lower part of the ribs or the upper loin. 2. Etymology: from about 1525, serlyn, from Middle French surlonge; literally, 'upper part of the loin', from sur, 'over, above' + longe, 'loin'; from Old French loigne, 'side of the body of an animal used for food'. ...
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