A cadaver; corpse; dead meat (1819+)
She sliced her small portion of cold meat and placed this on the table.
Get me a cup, and I'll give you some milk; here is bread and cold meat.'
To-night we get cold meat, cake, bread and butter, and tea or cocoa ad lib.
There is some cold meat in my haversack, if you are hungry; but I am too tired to eat.
I said nothing, but slipped back into the hotel and filled my pockets with bread and cold meat.
Take this half-sovereign and get me some cold meat and beer for supper.
By the time they had finished the cold meat the hot joint was ready, and they insisted on having a few slices.
Put on any cold meat there happens to be, and warm up the soup was left from dinner.
And presently it is brewed and Tim Cannon stands by the table drinking and munching toast and cold meat.
For supper they had cold meat, cheese, bread and butter, jam and tea.