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Synonyms for game

Synonyms for game

Synonyms for game

animal hunted for food or sport

(tennis) a division of play during which one player serves

(games) the score at a particular point or the score needed to win

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the flesh of wild animals that is used for food

a secret scheme to do something (especially something underhand or illegal)

the game equipment needed in order to play a particular game

your occupation or line of work

frivolous or trifling behavior

disabled in the feet or legs

willing to face danger

References in periodicals archive ?
There is Sweet 'n' Sour Antelope, Squirrel Casserole, Bar-B-Q Black Bear, and Coca-Cola Stew (the acid in Coca-Cola softens and sweetens wild game meat, Nuge reports), as well as milder fare like Quail Roast, Pumpkin Goulash, and even Mom's Blintzes.
As with most game meats, only a portion of consumers is willing to try Kangaroo.
Available from framarx/Waxstar, Inc, the new sheet packs enable recreational hunters and meat processors to quickly, conveniently protect game meats from freezer burn and distinguish them from other cuts wrapped in conventional white freezer paper.
Buffalo and game meat entrepreneur Will McFarlane founded AIRCOA Hotel Partners in 1968 in Cleveland, and moved the company to Denver in 1978.
Just insert, twist and pull to expose a section of intestine that can then be tied off and removed to prevent the tainting of game meat.
Officers serving search warrants early this year at the homes of Shane and Rory Donoho and at a local meat packing plant seized 108 sets of antlers, 1,600 pounds of processed wild game meat, 1,200 pounds of frozen game meat and two whole cow elk.
And his secret weapon is the game meat he plans to source from the Myddleton estate, Chirk, and from other small local shoots.
YOU'VE DONE EVERYTHING right during the hunting season by filling your freezer with fine game meat.
Built in 1940 this very quaint venue offers a number of rustic rooms to enjoy steaks, fresh fish, & game meat.
949711 Meat, fish, poultry and game meat and processed meat products; dried legumes; ready made soups, consomme; olives, olive paste; milk and milk products (including butter); edible vegetable oils; dried fruits and vegetables, canned fruits and vegetables, frozen fruits and vegetables, cooked fruits and vegetables; hazelnut and pistachio pastes; eggs, powdered eggs; food supplements (including pollen, proteins, carbohydrates); potato chips; all included in Class 29.
Mintel predicts sales of game meat will rise to pounds 84 million by 2011.
If properly processed, in the field as well as at home, game meat can be some of the best eatin' you've ever experienced.
Shooting organisations are calling for a change in the game laws which they claim are outdated and prevent them from marketing game meat throughout the year.
The contract relates to products in trade sector fresh meat and processed meats such as beef, pork, wild game meat.
This is according to Dr Peter Lindsey, a researcher from the University of Pretoria and author of the study, An Analysis of Game Meat Production and Wildlife-Based Land Uses on Freehold Land in Namibia: Links with Food Security'.