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meathooks

slang One's hands, especially when used clumsily, oafishly, or inappropriately. Typically said of a man's hands. Get your damn meathooks off of me—who do you think you are? I can never open tiny clasps like this with these giant meathooks of mine.

meathooks

n. the hands. (see also hooks. These are hooks made of meat, i.e., flesh and bone.) Get your meathooks off my car!
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At the meat plant, workers flay slaughtered animals whose carcasses sway on meat hooks to the film's jazz sound track.
Original meat hooks still hang in the brick-floored butcher's shop where Thomas Jarrett plied his trade 200 years ago.
Bees, meat hooks and morphine are among the means of dispatch used by a serial killer obsessed with creating his own vision of hell on earth in the new series.
They have given it the facelift it badly needed - without losing any of its historic features such as the stables and barn with its manger, a pump well, a dairy room where meat would have been hung and which still has the old meat hooks.
The long handle acts as a rail for hanging utensils from meat hooks.
The Canadians were hanged from meat hooks in the wall while being slowly choked by piano wire.
Allied forces recently discovered a torture chamber with dozens of bodies and meat hooks for impaling victims.
The parlour is another highlight containing a quarry-tiled floor, beams to ceilings with original meat hooks, solid fuel cooking range and service bells over the door.
Runaway slaves were hung on meat hooks in 19th-century South Carolina.
The Victorian kitchen retains many of its original features, including the ceiling mounted rack of meat hooks, and the 12ft high cupboards across one wall.
Kim and Mark unearthed a great deal of original features, including covered-up beams, fireplaces and stone shelves in the kitchen with the meat hooks.
At one time in Newcastle Grainger Market, at almost every butcher's shop, dozens of dead rabbits hung from meat hooks with plastic cups around their mouth to catch any dripping blood that may have fallen into a toddler's pram.
They include hunting knives, axes, meat hooks, claw hammers, knuckledusters - and even guns.
THERE must be easier ways to make a living than dragging a four-ton van along Princes Street using ropes attached to meat hooks stuck in your back.
Hung up on meat hooks, normally used for draining animal carcasses, a set of clean white pillows were lined up along the shop walls ready for customers to wander round the small candlelit shop in Five Ways Shopping Centre.