joint[ joint ]SEE DEFINITION OF joint
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR JOINT
The joint is jagged in lamb, but smooth and round in mutton.
Then cut it off where the ends of the bones are attached to the joint.
The joint of the 20-foot pieces should be directly in the center of the 10-foot piece.
A warehouse of facts, with poet and liar in joint ownership.
The imbecile baron then got out; his shoulder was out of joint.
The dirt from the tunnel is washed for the joint account of the two companies.
It will then run around the joint when the metal is raised to sufficient heat.
This joint is particularly useful, because so many dishes may be made of it; but it is not esteemed advantageous for a family.
A knuckle requires more boiling in proportion to its weight, than any other joint, to render the gristle soft and tender.
"Let's get you helped first," said Balbus, briskly cutting away at the joint.