The tail of an ox, especially when used for food.(noun)
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Use "oxtail" in a sentence
"The oxtail is probably going to be one of my go-to lunches for lower Midtown."
"The oxtail is fantastic, and really, I don’t know if it’s changed since early summer, but I’m a spicy heat wimp, and I don’t find the jerk chicken too hot at all."
"The oxtail is a pleasant diversion, simmering for hours in a tomato based braise, augmented with flavors of pepper, onion and herbs, it is strongly flavorful like brisket without being overpowered by the sauce."