wurst

noun
\ ˈwərst How to pronounce wurst (audio) also ˈwu̇rst How to pronounce wurst (audio) , sometimes ˈwu̇sht or ˈwu̇st; also with v, for w How to pronounce wurst (audio) \

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spicy wurst mixed with chopped potatoes is delicious
Recent Examples on the Web And the industry was already in decline due to a diminishing appetite in Germany for wurst and schnitzel. Washington Post, 1 Aug. 2021 Yee was aiming for that vibe at Wurst Haus, which has a menu of wurst, schnitzel, Bavarian pretzels and other treats. Susan Dunne, courant.com, 1 Apr. 2021 Stop by the Capitol Hill restaurant after work on Monday for a fest-worthy dinner — say, a choice of schnitzel, or a platter with five kinds of wursts — and you’ll be entertained by the traditional German drinking songs of Die Zwei. Washington Post, 30 Sep. 2019 The brewery will also be busting out their own in-house sauerkraut to dress the wurst and bangers. Trevor Fraser, orlandosentinel.com, 5 Oct. 2019 Maryland German Festival Feast on wurst and sauerkraut and schnitzel and strudel, all washed down with a stein or two of beer (or should that be Bier?). Chris Kaltenbach, baltimoresun.com, 8 July 2018 Gabriel Rico, from Mexico, dreamed up a swing with supports that look like wursts and a slide that looks like the bone Pebble Flintstone wears in her hair. Vogue, 5 June 2018 He was swept right back to his childhood by the triple-wurst sausage platter straight from Usinger's with that hot German potato salad and sauerkraut on the side. Jane Ford-stewart, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 24 Jan. 2018 The restaurant’s street front, roughly the width of a school bus, is crowded by culinary neighbors: an Irish pub, a German wurst haus, a large Mexican cantina. Coco Mccabe And Doug Stewart, BostonGlobe.com, 21 Apr. 2018

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First Known Use of wurst

1820, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for wurst

German, from Old High German

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“Wurst.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/wurst. Accessed 19 Jan. 2022.

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