The “cutlets” came off, one half raw and the other half burned to a crisp.
The Indians, as was their custom, gorged themselves on the meat, eating it half raw.
The known consequence was that some had not their food dressed at all; many were obliged to eat it half raw.
One of the bands cuts up a slaughtered horse, roasts it, and consumes it half raw, after the manner of savages.
If I am seen seeking for a morsel not half raw, I am rated for dainty French tastes; and the same with the sour smallest of beer.
The liquid, that should be palatable bean soup, is greasy salt water, and the pork is half raw.
The smell of the cooking meat made him ravenous and, like an Indian, he ate it half raw.
Just then one of the natives appeared with two earthenware bowls full of half raw meat.
Scouther; to burn a cake on the outside before it is fully cooked, by over haste in baking:—burned outside, half raw inside.
Others squat around fires, roasting collops from cattle they have killed, or eating them half raw.