mut|ton|chop

mut|ton|chop
mutton chop, or mut|ton|chop «MUHT uhn CHOP», noun.
1. a small piece of mutton, usually with bone from the ribs or loin, for broiling or frying.
2. Also, mutton chop (or muttonchop) whiskers. a patch of whiskers on each side of the face shaped like a mutt chop, narrow at the temples and broad and rounded at the bottom, with the chin shaved both in front and beneath: »

Baker wore mutton chop whiskers (Newsweek).


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