debone

[dee-bohn]
verb (used with object), deboned, deboning.
to remove the bones from (meat, fish, or fowl); bone: Before cooking, the chicken breasts should be deboned with a small, sharp knife.

Origin:
1940–45; de- + bone

deboner, noun
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Example sentences
When the firm first entered the country, it struggled to find poultry suppliers
  who could debone meat.
For starters, it took forever to break down and debone the legs of all those
  ducks.
Traditionally mesh or chain style gloves have been worn when using knives to
  cut and debone meat.
Mesh or chain style gloves are worn to protect the hands from cuts when using
  knives to cut and debone meat.
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