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Definition of "filleting" [fil•let•ing]

  • Present participle of fillet. (verb)
  • The protecting of a joint, as between roof and parapet wall, with mortar or cement, where flashing is employed in better work. (noun)
  • The material of which fillets are made. (noun)
  • Fillets collectively. (noun)

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Use "filleting" in a sentence
  • "_ The process of boning is known as filleting and is generally done by the fish dealer, but when this is not the case the single rule for boning must be strictly adhered to in order to keep the knife on the bone lifting the flesh with the left hand while the knife slips in between the bone and the flesh."
  • "He testified that Karley clamped down on his right thumb, "filleting" it so the top and bottom portions separated."
  • "Wake me up when they put the fish filleting app on the gadget."
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