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Answer for the clue "Shish kebab meat", 4 letters:
lamb

Alternative clues for the word lamb

Woolly one

"Mrs. Battle's Opinions on Whist" writer

"Tales from Shakespear" cowriter

Innocent one

Sweetie

Mary's pet

Gentle one

Naive one

Innocent

Lion's trusting companion

Follower of Mary

One of 28-Across's charges

Mary's follower, in verse

Gyro meat

Easter entree

Suckling sheep

Lion's antithesis

Gentle animal

Ewe's baby

Easter serving

Souvlaki meat

Many a roast

Easily swindled sort

Meat on a kabob, maybe

Baby in wool?

Gentle creature

Dish that's often roasted

Mild-mannered type

Symbol of gentleness

Part of a gyro

*"... out like a ___"

Mary had a little one

Baby sheep

Sweet-tempered type

___ of God (epithet for Jesus)

Very soft fleece source

Term of endearment

Meat often served with mint jelly

Staple of Greek cuisine

One devoted to Mary?

A sweet innocent mild-mannered person (especially a child)

The flesh of a young domestic sheep eaten as food

English essayist (1775-1834)

Young sheep

A person easily deceived or cheated (especially in financial matters)

Follower of Mary, in a nursery rhyme

Cote occupant

Meek one

"Little ___, who made thee?": Blake

Charles or Mary

Author of the Stepquote

Mary's follower

Kebab meat

Schoolgoer in a rhyme

Elia

Gentle soul

English essayist

A k a Elia

Gentle person

Honeybunch

Schoolgoer in a nursery rhyme

Shish-kebab ingredient

Essayist: 1775–1834

Down Under product

Tales man

Schoolmate of Coleridge

Lady Caroline (Byron's paramour)

Mary's little pet

Mary's chaser

"Dream Children" author

"Essays of Elia" author

Symbol of March 31

A product of Australia

Traditional Easter fare

Seder mainstay

One in Mary's care

Member of the fold

Mild-mannered one

Irish-stew ingredient

Ewe's offspring

Shish kebab item

Mary's tagalong

Writer Mary Ann

Schoolgoer of rhyme

Gentle, meek one

Dear, sweet person

Nursery-rhyme pet

Essayist Elia

Essayist

Docile person

___ of God (Agnus Dei)

Chop source

Animal associated with March 31

Stew meat

Mary had one

Mrs. Battle's creator

Paschal ___

Dear soul

Elia was his alias

Mary's inseparable companion

Caracul or mouton

Mary's possession

Mary's hanger-on

Charles or roast

Mary or Mary's follower

A stew base

Kabob component

Word definitions for lamb in dictionaries

Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Word definitions in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
I. noun COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES pork/lamb chop ▪ a grilled pork/lamb chop COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS ■ ADJECTIVE little ▪ That evening I repeat the experiment with a little lamb . ▪ The little lamb was curled on top of the arched stone, its small...

The Collaborative International Dictionary Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Lamb \Lamb\, v. i. [imp. & p. p. Lambed ; p. pr. & vb. n. Lambing .] To bring forth a lamb or lambs, as sheep.

Wiktionary Word definitions in Wiktionary
n. 1 A young sheep. 2 The flesh of a lamb or sheep used as food. 3 (context figuratively English) A person who is meek, docile and easily led. 4 A simple, unsophisticated person. 5 (context finance slang English) One who ignorantly speculates on the stock...

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Old English lamb "lamb," from Proto-Germanic *lambaz (cognates: Old Norse, Old Frisian, Gothic lamb , Middle Dutch, Dutch lam , Middle High German lamp , German Lamm "lamb"). Common to the Germanic languages, but with no certain cognates outside them. Old...

WordNet Word definitions in WordNet
v. give birth to a lamb; "the ewe lambed"

Gazetteer Word definitions in Gazetteer
Population (2000): 14709 Housing Units (2000): 6294 Land area (2000): 1016.212703 sq. miles (2631.978707 sq. km) Water area (2000): 1.517990 sq. miles (3.931575 sq. km) Total area (2000): 1017.730693 sq. miles (2635.910282 sq. km) Located within: Texas...

Wikipedia Word definitions in Wikipedia
LaMB is a 2009 Singaporean-Japanese animated film directed by Ryosuke Tei based on a script written by Carmelo S. J. Juinio and illustrated by Yasufumi Soejima , produced by Animax . The film tells the story of a futuristic inhabited planet that has seemingly...

Usage examples of lamb.

So shall we go forth ere it be known that the brother of the Lord of the Porte is abiding at the Lamb.

It was something Granny Aching had said once, when Tiffany had been crying about a lamb.

Because of their acidity the leaves make a capital dressing with stewed lamb, veal, or sweetbread.

Not only that, but two other inmates of the House of Bondage were taken with Lamb before a commission, and adjudged sane as a preliminary to their release.

April gambolled in like a lamb this year, and taking a cue from his sprightly kick-up-your-heels mood, the Spring season was all aflutter with the gay bustle of arrivals and departures.

It was a little amusing to me that I could speak with some authority to skilled and experienced agriculturists, who felt our rivalry at Mark lane, but who did not dream that with the third great move of Australia towards the markets of the world through cold storage we could send beef, mutton, lamb, poultry, eggs, and all kinds of fruit to the consumers of Europe, and especially of England and its metropolis.

In the wildness of his youth, Danlo had hunted and slain a thousand such animals would it be so great a sin if he broke ahimsa this one time and sacrificed the lamb?

Our cooks employ it with vinegar for making the mint sauce which we eat with roast lamb, because of its condimentary virtues as a spice to the immature meat, whilst the acetic acid of the vinegar serves to help dissolve the crude albuminous fibre.

With these words I drew her towards me, and finding her as gentle as a lamb and as loving as a dove, the amorous sacrifice was offered with abundant libations on both sides.

I have artichokes with Parmesan cheese, just a little bite of the excellent bread, a few sips of red wine, a plate of eggplant and peppers, and gigantic portions of rib steak, chicken, and lamb.

When Osman and al-Noor reached his double storeyed house in the south quarter, which lay between the Beit el Mai, the treasury, and the slave market, dawn was breaking and a dozen of his aggagiers were sitting in the courtyard being fed by the house slaves a breakfast of honey-roasted lamb and dhurra cakes with steaming pots of syrupy black Abyssinian coffee.

Two lieutenants of the Press, who used the Lamb as rendezvous as did the Biter, so he said, three midshipmen, an officer or two or three or four of the seaborne soldiery, rather low and very, very drunk.

But the lambs might bleat as pitifully as they liked, the mothers never stirred.

She watched the lamb step towards the water and saw the stillness of the surface, reflecting back the image of the reeds around the far side, the blueness of the sun and a scattering of fluffy white clouds.

Little Bo Peep bonnets on every single one of you bridesmaids, and make you carry a stinky live lamb.