strong, well-developed muscles.
a boar’s or swine’s flesh, especially when boiled and pickled.
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strong well-developed muscles
physical strength, esp as opposed to intelligence
(Brit) a seasoned jellied loaf made from the head and sometimes the feet of a pig or calf
Also called bradsot. an acute inflammatory disease of the intestines of sheep, caused by a bacterium, Clostridium septicum. affected with braxy. Historical Examples A Treatise on Sheep: Ambrose Blacklock A History of the Gipsies Walter Simson Huntingtower John Buchan Domestic Animals Richard L. Allen Doom Castle Neil Munro noun an acute and usually fatal bacterial […]
plural noun painless intermittent contractions of the womb that occur in pregnancy, becoming stronger towards full term
braxton hicks sign