scrag


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Synonyms for scrag

a person who is unusually thin and scrawny

lean end of the neck

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the lean end of a neck of veal

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strangle with an iron collar

wring the neck of

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The Scot added: "Referees have got to enforce the laws, but if teams can get offside, scrag the scrum-half and all the rest of it, then they will keep doing it until they get penalised.
England received an early let-off when Carter missed a straightforward penalty but when the All Blacks spread play wide, Borthwick was on hand to scrag Cowan at the back of a ruck.
England received an early let-off when Dan Carter missed a penalty but when the All Blacks spread play wide, Steve Borthwick was on hand to scrag Cowan at the back of a ruck.
If we were hard up, Mam made a stew with some scrag end of mutton, vegetables and a handful of barley.
It's the cost of real food, like scrag end, haddock or chops that is getting a proper kicking.
Q I have seen a cut of lamb in the supermarket called scrag.
Certainly the world they have created in what they describe as The Scrag End Tour sees them making a lot of connections.
There he goes, leaving many of his choice cuts on the shelf and still puts out the leanest, most succulent chateaubriand against Everton's scrag end of lamb.
Tenders are invited for Load Cell For Mcs Make Load Deflection And Scrag Testing Machine Of Model No.
Angela served up ladlefuls of cawl, beef bones cadged from Johnny Scrag, bulked up with onion, potato and cabbage from out back.
It''s ideal for the cheaper cuts of meat such as neck, scrag end (which is essentially neck) or shoulder.
Their actions have surely made these chumps leading contenders for the scrag bag.
She was pleased that the beef was top quality and not scrag end as can so often be the case when a meat is covered in a thick sauce.