transitive verbT′-boned·, T′-bon·ing
- A thick porterhouse steak taken from the small end of the loin and containing a T-shaped bone. Also called T-bone steak .
- A cut of meat, especially pork, taken from the corresponding part of another mammal.
- T-bone steak
Elliptical form of T-bone steak.
(third-person singular simple present T-bones, present participle T-boning, simple past and past participle T-boned)
- bento, bentÅ
From the âŠ¤ shape produced by the vehicles involved in such a collision, with allusion to T-bone"ŠÂ¹.
- You spend $10.00 on a latex squeakie toy and a plastic T-bone steak and take them home to present to your furry friend.
- Grilling a T-bone, porterhouse, or sirloin seems is the "good old fashioned" way to cook steak.
- T-Bone Burnett produced the soundtrack and put together most of the tracks and artists.