Definition of sausage
: a highly seasoned minced meat (such as pork) usually stuffed in casings of prepared animal intestine; also : a link or patty of sausage
Examples of sausage in a Sentence
Would you like any sausage?
They bought sausages for the picnic.
Recent Examples of sausage from the Web
The sausage and bun are also predictably better than standard issue.
When the sausage is almost cooked, add the broccoli rabe and cook until al dente.
Nationally popular pork-beef specimens like red hots, Vienna sausages, Coneys and weenies wouldn’t have a chance.
July 4 Fourth of July Bar B Que Fundraiser: Hosted by the American Legion Families #407, menu includes ribs, chicken and sausages, all are invited, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., VFW Post, 9550 Pflumm Road, Lenexa, 913-492-2244.
Polish Night on the first Thursday of the month includes bigos, cabbage roll soup, Polish sausage on a bun, potato pancakes and a stuffed pepper dinner.
The spicy provoletta (a cheese aged 10 months), melted and mixed with petite diced chistorra sausages, is a crowd pleaser of a dish, served with crusty bread.
Diners can build their own from options including the standards plus items like crispy potatoes, pickled sweet peppers, vegan sausage and white anchovies along with more than half a dozen cheese varieties.
Top with layers of lamb, pork, salt pork and sausage, ending with bread crumbs mixed with the parsley.
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SAUSAGE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of sausage for English Language Learners
: spicy ground meat (such as pork) that is usually stuffed into a narrow tube of skin or made into a small flat cake
SAUSAGE Defined for Kids
Definition of sausage for Students
1 : spicy ground meat (as pork) usually stuffed in casings
2 : a roll of sausage in a casing
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