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1Meat prepared for dogs; especially offal, horseflesh, etc., cut into pieces.
2In extended use: something resembling this. Frequently in "to make dogmeat of" = to make dog's meat of.
3Dog's flesh used as food.
Early 16th century. From dog + meat. Compare dog's meat.
dog meat/ˈdɒɡ miːt/
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