Adjective "meatless" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/ˈmiːtləs/

Definitions and examples

adjective

  1. 'Dogs can enjoy a meatless diet because they can synthesize some necessary nutrients that cats need to get from their food.'
  2. 'But if you want to be more daring, a whole world of meatless cuisine is out there.'

Definitions

1. the flesh of animals as used for food.

2. the edible part of anything, as a fruit or nut: Crack the walnuts and remove the meats.

3. the essential point or part of an argument, literary work, etc.; gist; crux: The meat of the play is the jealousy between the two brothers.

4. solid food: meat and drink.

5. solid or substantial content; pith: The article was full of meat, with few wasted words.

6. a favorite occupation, activity, etc.: Chess is his meat.

7. Chiefly So

More examples(as adjective)

"days can be meatless."

"stocks can be meatless."

"products can be meatless."

"martyrdoms can be meatless."

"diets can be meatless."

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Origin

(meat)