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  • noun Plural form of porket.


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  • Sausages of pork with some of the fat of a chine of bacon or pork, some sage chopped fine and small, salt, and pepper: and fill them into porkets guts, or hogs, or sheeps guts, or no guts, and let them dry in the chimney leisurely, _&c.

    The accomplisht cook or, The art & mystery of cookery

  • -- With much in the same easy vein about "sows and pigs and porkets," and the sisters 'housewifely duties:

    Hetty Wesley

  • Feed brawns, bacons, lards, and porkets on mast if there is any, if not on corn.

    A Short History of English Agriculture


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