side of bacon

NOUN
  1. salted and cured abdominal wall of a side of pork
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How To Use side of bacon In A Sentence

  • Unchosen is really two books, which sit together as happily as a side of bacon sits on a latke. Times, Sunday Times
  • A roasted "shoat" graced each end of the board, a side of bacon the centre, while salted beef, cut in thin slices, with pickles and cheese, constituted the side-dishes. A Budget of Christmas Tales by Charles Dickens and Others
  • A whole side of bacon was hanging from a hook on the ceiling.
  • My eating partner had scrambled eggs and sour dough toast, and had ordered a side of bacon and sausage gravy.
  • A whole side of bacon was hanging from a hook on the ceiling.
  • When the sack was empty, they had taken in a side of bacon, five bushels of Irish potatoes and four of sweet, a tin of baking powder, eight chickens, various baskets of squash and beans and okra, an old wheel and loom in need of minor repair, six bushels of shell corn, and enough split shakes to reroof the smokehouse. Cold Mountain
  • Grand pianos became a currency or sorts as pauperized members of the civil service elites traded the symbols of their old status for a sack of potatoes and a side of bacon.
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