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luncheon meat

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Food, dish
luncheon meatˈluncheon meat noun [uncountable]  DFFmeat that has been cooked, then pressed down, and is often sold in a can
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luncheon meatThese included worms, bread, cheese and meat baits, of which sausage meat and luncheon meat were the most popular.They'd laid in for a siege with dozens of eggs, cans of luncheon meat, and tea.He lived off squares of luncheon meat and swills of tea.With relatives of the luncheon meat hanging from the racks overhead, the taste seemed different.
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