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Definition of "hams" []

  • The part of the hindquarters of a pig or similar animal between the hock and the hip (noun)
  • The meat of this part, esp when salted or smoked (noun)
  • The back of the leg above the knee (noun)
  • The space or area behind the knee (noun)
  • A cushion used for moulding curves (noun)
  • Plural form of ham. (noun)

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  • , slang) The hamstring muscles; the biceps femoris (noun)

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Use "hams" in a sentence
  • "• The Company's wholly-owned French operations which produce and market private-label hams and other specialty products primarily in the French market."
  • "For instance, most of the nearly 20 people who gathered at the Brookline Safety Complex on Saturday for part one of a two-day course on becoming licensed amateur radio operators - commonly called "hams" - were there with visions of future emergencies on their minds."
  • "You can can get your leg of lamb, leg of goat, bone-in hams, and rack of lamb from vendors at the University District and West Seattle Farmers Markets.)"