Thesaurus / blubber
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The blubber is esteemed the most delicate part; but even the skin is eaten, although it requires much cooking in the oven.

They subsisted on shell fish, putrid whale's blubber, or a few tasteless berries and fungi.

Petersen saw and fired a shot into a narwhal, which brought the blubber out.

In the Arctic SeasFrancis Leopold McClintock

The amount of seal and sea-elephant steak and blubber consumed by our hungry party was almost incredible.

South!Sir Ernest Shackleton

In winter, blubber and meat are put away upon these pillars, which are sufficiently high to keep them from the dogs.

Nub got out some of the blubber, which the rest of the party swallowed without making faces.

The South Sea WhalerW.H.G. Kingston

Train oil shall go the same way; oil of blubber shall march in equal rank; brushes and bottles endure the like judgment.

The blubber was then torn off by means of pulleys and tackle.

Accordingly, they at once set about appeasing their appetites—on blubber!

The patient, who was falling asleep, perceived angry faces, and began to blubber.

Bouvard and PcuchetGustave Flaubert

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