This chair by British designer Thomas Heatherwick is now on view in his show at haunch of Venison gallery in New York.
We had a haunch of the venison for dinner; it was very good, but without fat.
Can you eat an unskinned hare, or dine on the haunch of a bounding stag?
A haunch of mutton should be dressed like venison, only in proportion as it may be less, it must not roast quite so long.
There was a fire in front of the lodge, and the haunch of a deer was cooking on the fire.
Some of it was in the haunch, the bulk in dark dried strips.
He had carried the haunch of venison on his back, a distance of about sixty miles.
He was of a bright sorrel color, and he had a brand on one haunch.
Unfortunately for his repose, his haunch is as tender as his heart.
Sir Charles looked into the banquet-room; the haunch was being placed on the table.
early 13c., from Old French hanche (12c.) "hip, thigh; haunch," from a Germanic source, perhaps Frankish *hanka (cf. Old High German hinkan "to limp," ancha "leg," literally "joint;" Middle Dutch hanke "haunch"). "It is only since the 18th c. that the spelling haunch has displaced hanch" [OED]. Related: Haunches.