A cut of meat, especially of beef, from the upper part of the loin just in front of the round. (noun)
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Use "sirloin" in a sentence
"I also noticed that your ground sirloin is much higher than here."
"The lower portion of the sirloin, called the sirloin tip, is used for tip steaks or tip roast, but this is not a common cut in Mexico, and for a sirloin tip roast, order aguayón en trozo."
"Utilizing vinyl lamb chops and a sirloin is a modest step in more effective merchandising, but hardly a substitute for a small grill, some smoke and a little sampling to engage potential customers."