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hot dog

noun as in frankfurter

noun as in show-off

noun as in skilled surfer or skiier

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Example Sentences

We would go to New York several times a year, and there are hot dog carts all over the city.

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Leave it to Cashion to come up with the hot dog of a ballpark’s dreams.

Ben — “in honor of the hot dogs and half smokes at Ben’s Chili Bowl,” wrote Larry.

Meanwhile, hot dog–eating prowess has improved by 700 percent.

Based on data from 152 competitors over 39 years, he calculated an upper hot dog limit of about 83 hot dogs in 10 minutes.

As significant as the onion-fried burger is, El Reno has another unique specialty—a distinctive style of Coney Island hot dog.

Toward the end, on the ballad “Someone Else,” she flies over the crowd while straddling a giant hot dog like Slim Pickens.

The sandwich is like no other, and scarcely resembles any typical hot dog.

The hot dog pack is all right, if one is desperate, but there is nothing like eating these magnificent weenies at the source.

Hot dog eaters do not avail themselves of the do-it-yourself fixings.

As they passed an apparently deserted hot-dog stand, Jeanne caught sight of a figure crumpled up in a dark corner.

Mrs. Holloway passed out hot dog sandwiches, chocolate and thick wedges of pie.

But the remarkable part of it was that Nita wept too, big, hot dog tears which her master wiped away.

Impartially, he was eating a Hector hot dog and drinking Thebold coffee.

Unheard were the blaring of bands, and the raucous cry of the "Hot-Dog man," and the riot and roar of the rabble.


On this page you'll find 64 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to hot-dog, such as: authoritative, dominant, famous, important, leading, and persuasive.

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