meat that is red before cooking; esp., beef or mutton as distinguished from pork, veal, poultry, etc.
- Meat, such as beef or lamb, that is dark red before being cooked.
- Language or discourse intended to stir the emotions of a given group, especially by appealing to or reinforcing partisan sentiments.
(countable and uncountable, plural red meats)
See white meat: usage notes for discussion of white meat/red meat distinction.
- (meats that are dark red when uncooked): white meat
- (fresh, inspiring, or inflammatory topics or information): same old same old, same old story