steak

Part of speech: noun

A slice of meat, as of beef for broiling.

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Usage examples "steak":

  1. So when I knew you were coming, I wired my agent in Baltimo' to go to Lexington market and to send me down on ice the best steak he could buy fo' money. - "A Gentleman Vagabond and Some Others", F. Hopkinson Smith.
  2. But when the company is large, and the platter of steak just adequate, there really is cause for anxiety. - "Life's Minor Collisions", Frances Warner Gertrude Warner.
  3. I've tried the tail o' a deer- skin coat afore now, an' it wasn't much to boast of; but I niver tried a birch- bark steak. - "Ungava", R.M. Ballantyne.