fillet


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Synonyms for fillet

a long narrow piece, as of material

Synonyms for fillet

a boneless steak cut from the tenderloin of beef

a longitudinal slice or boned side of a fish

a bundle of sensory nerve fibers going to the thalamus

a narrow headband or strip of ribbon worn as a headband

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fastener consisting of a narrow strip of welded metal used to join steel members

decorate with a lace of geometric designs

cut into filets

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Stripped to the skin, I donned the red-deerskin tunic, the leopard-tail, the golden fillet, armlets and leg-ornaments of a Galu, with the belt, scabbard and knife, the shield, spear, bow and arrow and the long rope which I learned now for the first time is the distinctive weapon of the Galu warrior.
Either because she had a cold, or because it suited her face, she wore a rich white fillet tied over her head and under her chin.
But proposed regulations to reduce creel limits often are unpopular with anglers because they believe a smaller bag will lead to a reduced amount of food to take home in terms of fillet yield.
The scientists used six fillet pieces for each treatment.
This is reflected in a belt speed of 25m per minute on the fillet lines and is well within the capacity of the G2.
Place the salmon fillets on an oiled baking tray and brush each fillet lights with a little oil, then cook under a really hot grill for 8-10 minutes, turning occasionally.
The challenge of getting single fillets into as many weigh hoppers as possible, and preventing any weigh hopper from containing more than one fillet at a time was met by combining three different approaches.
Students were shown how to fillet 10 species of fish, from trout and plaice to lobster and Norwegian red fish.
Chicken is leaner than pork or beef; while fish fillet is very light, rich in protein and, just like chicken, readily adapts to many cuisine styles, the most popular of which is breaded and fried.
The college head chef demonstrated how to debone and fillet a sardine with great pomp.
It preserves the fish's vitamins and juices as the sauce melts and permeates the fillet, and releases a tempting aroma when the bag is opened.
Arrange second fillet on top, again skin uppermost, press fillets lightly together.
Easy Cook comes in three variants - white fish fillet chunks, pink salmon fillet chunks and smoked fish fillet chunks - and can be cooked from frozen.