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Daemon
Posted: Saturday, July 6, 2019 12:00:00 AM
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Today's topic: lean

extenuate - Comes from the Latin verb extenuare, "make thin or lean," and originally meant "to treat as of small importance, make light of." More...

macilent - Means "lean, thin" or "shriveled," i.e. lacking in substance. More...

recubation, recumb - Recubation is reclining in a near-horizontal position; to recumb is to "lean, recline, rest." More...

streaky - Describes bacon with alternating strips of fat and lean. More...

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coag
Posted: Saturday, July 6, 2019 1:59:58 PM

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Daemon wrote:
streaky - Describes bacon with alternating strips of fat and lean.

Streaky bacon with eggs was my favorite breakfast when I was young. It's still my favorite breakfast but things are different now. My doctor said that I can have only one egg per week. (This is not a joke, that's what he said.) Doc, what I'm going to do with one egg per week?
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