Examples of goulash in a Sentence
a goulash of facts and figures
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Upstairs, there was another buffet, complete with German pretzel, goulash soup and spaetzle.
Their stylistic goulash of hardcore rap, uptempo 90s club, velvety R&B, and scintillating Top 40 pop doesn’t sound like most contemporary musical acts, but with it, Brockhampton have managed to do what most boy bands hope to achieve: Succeed.
Order from a special menu that includes Bavarian goulash, Kielbasa and mac and cheese made with beer cheese.
That’s the kind of winter that calls for venison sausages braised in wine, meatballs in a goulash sauce, Irish stew with dumplings heavy on the beef suet.
As in my grade-school geography books, it was illustrated with images of natural resources: amber waves of Wiener schnitzel, nuggets of goulash the color of iron ore, the gentle white slopes of Salzburger nockerl.
In a statement, Pirro met her critics with a sympathetic goulash of extenuating circumstances and contrition.
On Thursdays, Shaver said, the restaurant will serve a full menu of recipes from the Schwabenhof cookbook, including dishes the group serves in July at Germanfest, such as goulash and schnitzel.
The former is the ubiquitous spice, which gives flavor and color to Budapest's culinary specialties, such as goulash and chicken paprikash.
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Origin and Etymology of goulash
First Known Use: 1866See Words from the same year
GOULASH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of goulash for English Language Learners
: a dish of meat, vegetables, and paprika that is slowly cooked in liquid
: a mixture of different things
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