Definition of the noun haslet
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noun - plural: haslets
- heart and liver and other edible viscera especially of hogs; usually chopped and formed into a loaf and braised
Alternative definition of the noun haslet
- the internal organs of an animal, especially the heart and liver of a pig
- a meatloaf made of that (and seasoning)
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Annual Report (1886)
by Indiana State Board of Health
Maria Haslet is the physician is charge. It will thus be seen that'the management and government are entirely in the hands of women, and there is not in the West, and perhaps not in the Whole country, a similar institution that is better kept, ...
by Robert Hendrickson
A violent threat; haslet means intestines or guts. Given as a common expression in George Allen England, “Rural Locutions of Maine and Northern New Hampshire,” Dialect Notes, Vol. IV (1914). ill news flies fast See quote. “'Ill news flies fast, ...
Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston, and Austin by Yushan Chang, First Books
Haslet is a small town with a little over 1,000 residents in far north Tarrant County that serves as a bedroom community for Ft. 116 Newcomer's Handbook Neighborhood Guide: Dallas, Ft. Worth, Houston & Austin Mansfield North Suburbs ...
by Arthur Freeling
Haslet is a markettown and chapelry, in the parish of Stoke, about two miles ...
The Diner's Dictionary (2012)
Word Origins of Food and Drink by John Ayto
haslet Originally, haslet was the internal organs of the pig (or occasionally other animals) used as ...
by Marion Eugene Ensminger, Audrey H. Ensminger
HASLET. • A piece of meat roasted on a spit. • The edible viscera (as the heart, liver, or kidneys) of pork. • A braised dish made of edible viscera. HAWS. ( HAWTHORNE). Crataegus. spp. The fruit of various species of hawthorne shrubs and ...
Containing Words from the English Writers Previous to the Nineteenth Century which are No Longer in Use, Or are Not Used in the Same Sense. And Words which are Now Used Only in the Provincial Dialects
A hog's haslet. Norf. (5) adj. Hoarse. Hash, (1) adj. Harsh; rough; quick ; parched, or dry. Var. d. (2) *. A sloven ; a chatterer. North. Hask, (1) *. A fish- basket. Spens. (2) adj. Coarse; rough ; parched; dry. North. See Hash. Haskerde, s.
by Hensleigh Wedgwood (M.A.)
Haslet, Hastener. A hog's haslet, or harslet, the liver, heart, and lights of a pig. Corrupted from hastelets. Fr. • hastille, hasterel, hastemenue, the pluck or gather of an animal. The sense is little roastings, from Fr. haste, a spit, also a piece of roast ...
by Terry M. Mays
American Colonel Haslet launched a raid on British positions established near the village of Mamaroneck following the successful British ...
by Bartlomiej Beniowski
Dictionary of Obsolete and Provincial English, Containing Words from the English Writers Previous to the Ninetheenth Century which are No Longer in Use ... [etc.] (1857)
by Thomas Wright
A hog's haslet.
by James Champlin Fernald
haslet, 1 haslet; 2 haslet, n. The heart, liver, lungs, etc., of an animal, used asfood. hasp, 1 hasp; 2 hasp. It. it. To fasten, as with a hasp. II. n. A fastening passing over a staple and secured ...
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Scrabble value of H4A1S1L1E1T1
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