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dry meat
 n.Gloss: a euphemism for bushmeat. «It takes strategic thinking to find monkey meat in New York. Best to avoid the word “monkey,” for one thing — start with something innocuous-sounding, like “dry meat.”…“They’re coming to catch people for dry meat.”» —“A Taste of Baboon and Monkey Meat, and Maybe of Prison, Too” by Ellen Barry New York Times Nov. 17, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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