hamburger[ ham-bur-ger ]SEE DEFINITION OF hamburger
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HAMBURGER
Better stay and have some Hamburger and onions, advised Anthony, with a smile.
Not for her the impenetrable mysteries of a hamburger and onions.
We have left the Englishmen behind us, and now have caught up with the Hamburger.
The Breton was all passion and melancholy; the Hamburger all fancy and satire.
Hamburger steak and pork liver often contain more manure germs than the fresh droppings of animals.
His right hand was bandaged, and the knuckles of the left resembled a hamburger steak.
With hamburger steak, brown or tomato sauce, or stewed mushrooms or sweet peppers.
Brown the onion in the fat, add the Hamburger steak, and stir until the red color disappears.
The temperature had dropped sharply, and hot soup and hamburger sandwiches were welcome.
Pizza shops and hamburger joints figure visibly on the Internet (still in its infancy).