Definition of boned in English:

boned

Syllabification: boned
Pronunciation: /bōnd
 
/

adjective

[attributive]
  • 1(Of meat or fish) having had the bones removed before cooking or serving: boned turkey with cranberry stuffing
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    • Something like the same effect occurs in one of Italy's most celebrated dishes, Arrosto di maiale al latte, in which a boned pork loin is braised in milk.
    • This boned ham comes from western China and is basted with a honey sauce throughout cooking and is eaten wrapped inside small steamed buns.
    • Whatever your favorite types of meat - boned chicken breast, lean cuts of beef or even pork - buy large discounted packages.
  • 2 [in combination] (Of a person) having bones of the specified type: she was fine-boned and boyishly slim
  • 3(Of a garment) stiffened with strips of plastic or whalebone to give shape to the figure or the garment.
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    • Finally came the gown, which might consist of a boned bodice and stiffened skirt to match.
    • The bride wore an ivory satin dress with a boned bodice, scooped neckline, full skirt, a long train, tiara of crystals and a veil with small crystals at the hem.
    • The bridesmaid wore a boned bodice and full-length skirt in claret red heavy satin, and a claret and gold feather headdress.

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