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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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Mike Crate, 53, has spent 40 years chasing the coveted title of the UK's champion filleter at the annual British Fish Craft Championships.
Mike Crate, 53, of Ashton's fishmongers, Cardiff, has spent 40 years chasing the coveted title of the UK's champion filleter at the annual British Fish Craft Championships.
Nonetheless, among filleters only the strong and those willing to adapt by processing imported species such as Alaska pollock will likely survive in tomorrow's environment.
Meanwhile, the fish filleters ply their skill; the garment workers toil; the women from the slums carry their hammers and their children to the waiting piles of bricks.
The former fish filleter added: "There are going to be a lot of people who get severely in debt just trying to keep a roof over their heads.
Years ago, as a male filleter, I would have been a curiosity.
It fits perfectly with Carnitech's CT2611 filleter, but can also be installed in other types of filleting lines.
Northern Light Filleter Sales Taken over by Carnitech A/S
Fish filleter Fraser, of Torry, Aberdeen, pled guilty to fraud yesterday and faces a possible jail term.
AN OVERWEIGHT fish filleter became hooked on amphetamine when she found it helped her shed stones, a court heard yesterday.
It was a 66m factory filleter trawler which had been built 18 months before in Lowestoft, Suffolk.
A fish filleter is paid by the pound of fish and so it is important to get as much flesh off the bone as possible.