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Alternative clues for the word ham

Player for big laughs

Hardly an underperformer

Son of Noah

Thanksgiving fare

Hardly one with stage fright

Part of the leg

Country ___


Smithfield product

Canaanite's ancestor

It needs to be cured

Swiss accompaniment

Radio operator


Ingredient in a Western 47-Down

Rye filler

Liberace, for one

It may be curried

Hardly an Oscar candidate


Western omelet ingredient

It may be part of a club

Many a skit actor

Boars Head product

Kind of radio

Easter entrГ©e

Order with eggs

Hard person to direct


___ and Swiss

It's often in hock

Stage hog

Unlikely Oscar nominee

Overdramatic one

Popular Easter dish


Lunch meat

Biblical ark passenger

Something to be cured

It may be cured

___ and cheese

Overacting actor

Not act professionally?


It can be cured

Amateur radioer

___ and eggs

Western omelet need

Something often cured

Eggs Benedict ingredient


Eponym of a classic Minnesota-brewed beer

Radio geek

Eggs Benedict need


Performer yukking it up

Easter roast

Cured fare

Show-off in a show

Virginia ___

Mugger on stage

Person with a headset, maybe

Hot dog's relative

It often gets cured

Easter purchase

Deli order

One going for big laughs, say

Spotlight hog

___ radio

Breakfast meat

Prosciutto, e.g.

Scenery chewer

___ it up

With 40-Across, common deli sandwich

Common Christmas entree

Nonkosher entree

With 52-Down, Sunday entree

Partner of 9-Down

Croque-monsieur ingredient

Thigh of a hog (usually smoked)

An unskilled actor who overacts

Easter entr

Amateur radio operator

Cartoonist Fisher

Steeler all-pro linebacker

Inferior actor

Barry Goldwater, e.g.

Noah's second son

A brother of 10 Across

CBer's licensed cousin

Shack figure

Superheterodyne fan

Part of a western

Licensed amateur radio operator

A son of Noah

Bad actor

Ark passenger

Theatrical showoff

Shack occupant

Part of a western sandwich

Early seafarer

He overacts

Certain radio operator

Gammon, e.g.


Sandwich meat

CB buff

Cut of meat

Palooka's Fisher

See 29-Down

Hog's thigh

Superheterodyne owner

Easter entree


Easter treat

Mugger on the boards

Stage emoter

Thespian cutup

Ark crewman

Goldwater is one

Kind of actor or radio

Amateurish performer

Tapper in a "shack"

Radio operator in a shack

Shortwave buff

Broadway mugger

He has shack, will rap

Stage fright?

Kind of string or bone

Sandwich staple


Cheese companion

Amateurish actor

Eggs' companion

Word definitions for ham in dictionaries

Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Word definitions in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
I. noun COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES ham/cheese etc roll British English (= one that is filled with ham, cheese etc ) COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS ■ ADJECTIVE smoked ▪ There would be a table groaning with smoked ham , with thick succulent slices of cold...

The Collaborative International Dictionary Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Ham \Ham\ (h[a^]m), n. [AS. ham; akin to D. ham, dial. G. hamme, OHG. hamma. Perh. named from the bend at the ham, and akin to E. chamber. Cf. Gammon ham.] (Anat.) The region back of the knee joint; the popliteal space; the hock. The thigh of any animal;...

Wiktionary Word definitions in Wiktionary
Etymology 1 n. 1 (context anatomy English) The region back of the knee joint; the popliteal space; the hock. 2 (context countable English) A thigh and buttock of an animal slaughtered for meat. 3 (context uncountable English) Meat from the thigh of a hog...

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
"meat of a hog's hind leg used for food," 1630s, from Old English hamm "hollow or bend of the knee," from Proto-Germanic *hamma- (cognates: Old Norse höm , Middle Low German, Middle Dutch hamme , Old High German hamma ), from PIE *konemo- "shin bone" (cognates:...

WordNet Word definitions in WordNet
v. exaggerate one's acting [syn: overact , ham it up , overplay ] [ant: underact ] [also: hamming , hammed ]

Wikipedia Word definitions in Wikipedia
Ham is pork that has been preserved through salting , smoking , or wet curing . It was traditionally made only from the hind leg of swine , and referred to that specific cut of pork . Ham is made around the world, including a number of highly coveted regional...

Usage examples of ham.

Ham seemed to be a little faster on his feet, although the apish Monk moved with fantastic speed for one of such grotesque physique.

Mr finesilver, I ham most confounded sorry to trouble you, but my dad arst me to give you this here letter and for you to give me the thing mentioned in it what he wants collected.

And Deda, who loved Babushka more than a woman deserved to be loved by a man, would bow his head, let her vent her feelings, say nothing, but the following month be back carrying more cans of ham.

Ears are the best trophy you can take from a man, not as good as the skin of a blackmaned lion or the great bossed hams of a buffalo, but better than the scalp.

Clovelly herrings and Torridge salmon, Exmoor mutton and Stow venison, stubble geese and woodcocks, curlew and snipe, hams of Hampshire, chitterlings of Taunton, and botargos of Cadiz, such as Pantagruel himself might have devoured.

Mix the peas and ham and for one and one-half cups add a cup of white sauce seasoned with a teaspoon of lemon juice, a dash each of nutmeg and cayenne and salt to taste.

She thought about all the different types of bread that might be in those sandwiches -- quinoa, winter wheat, sprouted rye -- and the fillings -- potted cuy, chlorella paste, maybe even real chicken, or freeze-dried ham imported from Earth.

Still wearing his vividly striped pyjamas, Chubby lowered his massive hams into the sea.

Monk and Ham would then shed the disguises of Cuerpo and Cabeza and do their stuff.

Ham, or Cabeza and Cuerpo, were unable to find any words for longer than would have been expected.

She had, of course, realized that Cabeza and Cuerpo were Ham and Monk.

As he wheezed with laughter at his own joke, the young girl with him wished he would just crash and burn so she could go home and have a cuppa and a ham sandwich like normal people.

And at Dilling ham there would be the sun on the corn fields and the river tumbling to the cold sea and the call of the plovers.

Indeed, it sometimes seemed that the whole of the Town had made its way to Suffolk that summer, and four weeks later, when Nicholas and Lucille returned early from their wedding trip, Dilling ham Court really came to life.

She had seen the Dowager Countess shudder and cast her son a look of profound dislike, and Mrs Dit ton had no intention of finding her invitations to Dilling ham Court rescinded.