deckle

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English[edit]

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Particularly: "brisket sense"
paper mold and deckle (frame)

Etymology[edit]

German Deckel, diminutive of Decke(covering).

Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

deckle ‎(plural deckles)

  1. (paper-making, art) A frame or edge which limits the pulp and, consequently, the size of the resulting paper.
  2. The fattier, smaller point-cut portion of a brisket of beef, being the superficial pectoral muscle.

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