Thesaurus / ham
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In carving a ham, begin not quite in the centre, but a little nearer to the hock.

For the first time in the history of mankind the experiment was made of extending the institutions of Japhet to the sons of Ham.

"Friend, it is but idle to spur a horse when his legs are ham shackled," said the Highlander, haughtily.

The Fair Maid of PerthSir Walter Scott

After such an experience as you must have been through this night to set down to ham and toast!

Thankful's InheritanceJoseph C. Lincoln

When the prince had been a prisoner at Ham, he had sent the novelist his study entitled L'Extinction du pauperisme.

There are crackers and some ham, and a whole big bottle of olives.

Wyn's Camping DaysAmy Bell Marlowe

He was just plumb, downright, miserably hungry for ham and eggs.

In PawnEllis Parker Butler

That reminds me of the man who was waiting in Waterford Station on March 12th, and to pass the time had a ham sandwich at the bar.

Peggotty meant her nephew Ham, but she spoke of him as a morsel of English Grammar.

Ten Boys from DickensKate Dickinson Sweetser

Pour it hot on the ham, and baste it every day; it may then remain in the brine two or three weeks.

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