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meaty (adj.)

"full of meat, fleshy," 1787, from meat (n.) + -y (2). Figurative sense "full of substance, pithy" is by 1881. Meaning "resembling meat" is by 1864. Related: Meatiness.

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Definitions of meaty

meaty (adj.)
like or containing meat; "enough of vegetarianism; let's have a meaty meal";
meaty (adj.)
being on topic and prompting thought;
a meaty discussion
Synonyms: substantive
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