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T-bone (ˈtiːbəʊn) 

Definitions

noun

  1. = T-bone steak

Example Sentences Including 'T-bone'

"He couldn't coach a dog out of the storm with a T-bone steak.
Toronto Sun (2003)
But that didn't stop him devouring "the biggest T-bone steak ever" for his first birthday.
The Advertiser, Sunday Mail (2004)
Hurray for General Morman, I thought, as I tackled a giant T-bone steak with James.
Blashford-Snell, John Something Lost Behind the Ranges
There were two thick T-bone steaks in a shallow pan marinating in a mixture that included crushed garlic and thyme.
Tapply, William G A Rodent of Doubt

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