The thigh of the hind leg of certain animals, especially a hog. (noun)
A cut of meat from the thigh of a hog. (noun)
The back of the knee. (noun)
The back of the thigh. (noun)
The buttocks. (noun)
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Use "ham" in a sentence
"It's now safe to say whenever "The Good Wife" has an episode with the phrase "ham sandwich" in it, it's going to be a stellar offering."
"Chester is of Roman origin, tun is of Gaelic; but "ham" is Anglo-Saxon, and means village, whence the sweet word home."
"Sullivan is now back for more, once again ham-fistedly mixing together sensationalized "controversies" with a shallow understanding of Church teaching and practice."