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parson's nose

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Definition of parson's nose in English:

noun

informal
The fatty extremity of the rump of a cooked fowl.
Example sentences
  • And people are queuing up to give him their cash, even though his show is already stuffed to the parson's nose with sponsorship.
  • Trim away excess fat from inside and outside the cavity, but keep neck, parson's nose and winglets intact.

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