Jowl (noun)

  1. The fleshy part of the lower jaw or cheek.
  2. The lower jaw or cheek of an animal, especially a pig, used as food.
  3. Loose flesh hanging from the lower jaw or cheeks of a person.

Origin:

The word jowl comes from the old english word "geolu", which means the lower part of the cheek, the jaw or the fleshy part of the cheek.

Examples:

  1. He had a double chin and jowls that sagged.
  2. The pig's jowls were used to make bacon.
  3. He had a prominent jowl, the fleshy part of his lower jaw.
  4. She had a jowl on her left cheek.
  5. The jowls on the pig's face were used to make bacon.
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