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venison

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Food
venisonven‧i‧son /ˈvenəzən, -sən/ noun [uncountable]  DFthe meat of a deer
Examples from the Corpus
venisonAdd the bacon and venison and cook quickly for a few minutes, stirring frequently, to seal the meat. 4.Forest wardens, verderers, regarders, foresters and sworn jurors made presentments before them of offences against vert and venison.Marshall knew that a vegetarian would not eat venison even if it were free.Two hundred years ago the estate's area supported 1,500 people, and everyone had venison as a right.No venison for him at Christmas.If boar can not be found, a saddle of pork or venison can be used.There also is a faction that claims it resembles venison.He serves the venison with a wild rice compote that contains sun-dried pears, a hard-to-find ingredient.
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