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white meat (n.)

"meat of poultry, pigs, etc.," as opposed to red meat, 1752, from white (adj.) + meat (n.). Earlier it meant "foods prepared from milk" (early 15c.). African-American vernacular sense of "white women as sex partners" is from 1920s.

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Definitions of white meat

white meat (n.)
meat carved from the breast of a fowl;
Synonyms: breast
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