sausage

[ saw-sij or, esp. British, sos-ij ]SEE DEFINITION OF sausage
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SAUSAGE

Like Montaigne and his sausage, I had now something to complain of, and I was happy.

A machine which you go into as a pig and come out of as a sausage.

In the meantime cut a sausage in thin slices and line a mould with it.

The stuffing may be made without oysters; or force-meat or sausage may be used, mixed with crumbs of bread and yolks of eggs.

Schinken, and sausage, and prunes—any little thing that happens to be about.

He can have the use of that sausage skin of a butler on the voyage home.

Saveloy, a kind of sausage; French cervelas, from its containing brains.

It might have been much worse if he had eaten the sausage with his mouth.

"Hey, Sausage, you've got a flat tire," cried a youth as they passed.

When the sausage had disappeared, he made a remark about it.

WORD ORIGIN

mid-15c., sawsyge, from Old North French saussiche (Modern French saucisse), from Vulgar Latin *salsica "sausage," from salsicus "seasoned with salt," from Latin salsus "salted" (see sauce).

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR SAUSAGE

blood pudding

nounsausage made from pig's blood and other ingredients
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