butchering


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  • noun

Synonyms for butchering

the business of a butcher

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The long lances, the heavy maces, the sixbladed battle axes, and the well tempered swords of the knights played havoc among them, so that the rout was complete; but, not content with victory, Prince Edward must glut his vengeance, and so he pursued the citizens for miles, butchering great numbers of them, while many more were drowned in attempting to escape across the Ouse.
Here have I cut the throats of two lively does, and a scampering fawn, without spot or stain; while you, blundering dog as you ar', have made as much work for Eester and her girls, as though butchering was your regular calling.
BUTCHERING BEEF joins its companion reference BUTCHERING POULTRY, RABBIT, LAMB, GOAT, AND PORK to provide a solid reference from a professional butcher who here describes each stage of the butchering process for beef, from killing the animal humanely to dressing and cooling its carcass and breaking down the meat.
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Earlier this year, Booker pledged to address a shortage of butchers by offering butchering training to its staff.
On rare occasion you may experience a situation in which you end up butchering an animal on short notice due to injury or some other circumstance.
In a previous issue of Bowhunter Magazine, Equipment Editor Curt Wells said, "Quartering and butchering is a labor of love.