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 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, "13 things to do in the D.C. area this week," 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, "Winter Park brewery hosts all-you-can-eat Sausage Fest," 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, "Spice, sauerkraut and Barenaked Ladies: the best of Baltimore's arts and entertainment scene this week," 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, "In Berlin, a New Rooftop Playground Turns Child’s Play into High Art," 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, "Bier & Burger new Hales Corners restaurant salutes beer barons," 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, "Casa B is a worthy find in Somerville’s Union Square," 21 Apr. 2018 Bratwurst, which still has not won a Sausage Race in 2018 (nor has Chorizo), lost a shoe in the melee and may have taken the wurst of it. Jr Radcliffe, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "Racing Sausages take a tumble during Tuesday's nightly race at Miller Park," 18 Apr. 2018 Brought to the D by Greek immigrants passing through New York, possibly picking up a Coney Island hot dog on the way, these wursts are topped with beef sauce, diced onions and yellow mustard and tucked into a white bun. Katherine Rodeghier, chicagotribune.com, "Fuel up on culinary classics in these five states," 4 Aug. 2017

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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 16 Jan. 2021.

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