slow elk
 n.— «Some were homesteaders, decent enough citizens, even if they might at times under the pressure of hunger eat slow elk. That’s what they called rustled beef.» —“Courage Stout” by William MacLeod Raine Chicago Daily Tribune Nov. 14, 1943. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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