any of several long-winged seabirds, often used as food, especially Puffinus tenuirostris (short-tailed shearwater) of Australia and Puffinus griseus (sooty shearwater) which breeds in the Southern Hemisphere and winters in the Northern Hemisphere.
/ˈmʌtənˌbɜːdə/ noun 1. (NZ) a person who hunts muttonbirds
[muht-n-chops] /ˈmʌt nˌtʃɒps/ plural noun 1. side whiskers that are narrow at the temples and broad and trimmed short at the jawline, the chin being shaved both in front and beneath. /ˈmʌtənˌtʃɒps/ plural noun 1. side whiskers trimmed in the shape of chops, widening out from the temples
noun, South Atlantic States. 1. sweet corn, especially when ripe and ready for eating on the cob.
[muht-n-fish] /ˈmʌt nˌfɪʃ/ noun, plural (especially collectively) muttonfish (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) muttonfishes. 1. . 2. .