American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A hamburger topped with melted cheese.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. a hamburger with melted cheese on it.
- n. a hamburger with melted cheese on it
- Blend of cheese and hamburger (1928) (Wiktionary)
“A kosher cheeseburger is a mythical beast, almost perfectly oxymoronic.”
“A cheeseburger is manifesting my appetite even as we speak.”
“Basically, I doubt the position (that eating cheeseburger after cheeseburger after cheeseburger is rational) is advanced sincerely, but instead as some sort of logic game.”
“I mean the cheeseburger is one thing, but on everything??”
“A cheeseburger is the epitome of the code's violation.”
“By comparison, eating a cheeseburger is much, much cheaper.”
“I was not granted tenure this year, and decided that one of the things I needed to do was make certain the folks sitting across the desk at interviews didn't think I was one cheeseburger from a heart attack.”
“Ghouls and H-Bomb A-Bomb enthusiasts can own the 11-page book that contains the famous line "My God, what have we done?" and the less-known line, "Damn, that cheeseburger is rebounding on me something fierce -- hoo-ee!”
“If I eat a cheeseburger and exercise in the same day, it’s not unusual to say that the cheeseburger is bad for my health and the exercise good.”
“I don’t want food choices restricted, because even a greasy, heart-attack inducing triple bacon cheeseburger is a GOOD thing in moderation (well, more like a rare treat.)”
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Vot? Stuff dispensed from vending machines. Don't ask vhy.
p.s. Generic, no brand names please.
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See discussion on bruschetta. Unlike chelster, I believe the "correct" pronunciation remains the English one.
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