griskin

griskin

(ˈɡrɪskɪn)
n
(Cookery) Brit the lean part of a loin of pork
[C17: probably from dialect gris pig, from Old Norse griss]
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Matthew Bramble's letter of 12 June describes a leavetaking scene between his sister Tabitha and a relative, Lady Griskin, in which the two women make ostentatious curtseys while privately cursing one another: "The expression of these two faces, while they continued in this attitude would be no bad subject for a pencil like that of the incomparable Hogarth, if any such should ever appear again, in these times of dulness and degeneracy" (135).
18) She is incapable of the spiritual pride, much less the distinctly sublunary self-interest that carry Tabitha and Lady Griskin into Humphry's motley congregation.