- n. Plural form of hot dog.
“Day after day we cooked a batch of hot dogs and hamburgers and delivered them semihot throughout the neighborhood for a quarter apiece.”
“Pelletier had a part-time job at the Molson Centre, filling orders for hot dogs and beers and running them to skyboxes.”
“Sayers, Newton, and Dewitt were already there, helping two guides cook hamburgers and hot dogs over charcoal fires.”
“Kidd's, Ed Kidd's, and we'd have hot dogs and good old ice cream.”
“The girls had hot dogs and hamburgers, and instead of asking for t con pesca, iced tea with peach, I asked for t con pesce, iced tea with fish.”
“Joey Chestnut downed 62 hot dogs in 10 minutes to win the 96th Annual Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Competition for the fifth year in a row, according to The Associated Press.”
“They pigged out on cheap hot dogs and then followed the crowd, several thousand, to the Chicago Coliseum for music and speeches.”
“We eat hot dogs and Carnation milk, which I puke up right after we ride the Mad Tea Party teacups.”
“Laughing, cracking jokes, stuffing themselves with hot dogs and junk foodthis was Nias idea of the perfect job, and she spent every weekday from three P.M. until bedtime doing it.”
“Sometimes the crew all ate the same meal—as they did for lunch on day two of the mission, when they had hot dogs the first genuine frankfurters to be launched into space, applesauce, chocolate pudding, and the citrus-drink-that-was-not-Tang.”
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