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1. pork

noun. ['ˈpɔrk'] meat from a domestic hog or pig.

Synonyms

  • meat
  • cochon de lait
  • pig
  • porc
  • suckling pig
  • salt pork
  • hog
  • pork loin
  • pigs' feet
  • pigs' knuckles
  • cut of pork
  • Sus scrofa
  • squealer

Etymology

  • pork (Middle English (1100-1500))

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Rhymes with Pork

  • uncork
  • new-york
  • stork
  • storck
  • storch
  • sporck
  • slorc
  • schwark
  • o'rourke
  • oroark
  • o'roark
  • bjork
  • yorke
  • york
  • wark
  • torque
  • schork
  • rourke
  • rourk
  • rorke
  • rork
  • roarke
  • roark
  • nork
  • mork
  • moerke
  • lorch
  • horch
  • goerke
  • fork

How do you pronounce pork?

Pronounce pork as pɔrk.

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Sentences with pork


1. Noun, singular or mass
Add the pork and spoon the liquid over the top of the meat to coat.

Quotes about pork


1. I spent most of my youth hauling sides of beef and pork to my father's shop. Carrying you is far more enjoyable.""How sweet,"Annabelle mumbled sickly, her eyes closed. "Every woman dreams of being told that she's preferable to a dead cow.
- Lisa Kleypas, Secrets of a Summer Night

2. If there's a God out there, then i would hope he has more important things to attend to than my drinking scotch or eating pork.
- Khaled Hosseini, The Kite Runner: A Portrait of the Marc Forster Film

2. pork-barreling

noun. acquisition of government money for benefits to a specific locale.

Antonyms

  • illiteracy

3. pork-fish

noun. black and gold grunt found from Bermuda to Caribbean to Brazil.

Synonyms

  • Anisotremus virginicus
  • porkfish
  • grunt
  • genus Anisotremus

4. pork-and-veal_goulash

noun. made with sauerkraut and caraway seeds and served with sour cream.

Synonyms

  • Hungarian goulash
  • goulash

5. pork

noun. ['ˈpɔrk'] a legislative appropriation designed to ingratiate legislators with their constituents.

Synonyms

  • pork barrel

Etymology

  • pork (Middle English (1100-1500))
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