Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. In fortification and artillery: A long pipe or bag, made of cloth well pitched, or of leather, filled with powder, and extending from the chamber of a mine to the entrance of the gallery. A long bundle of fagots or fascines for raising batteries and other purposes.

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Examples

  • “It was not called saucisse minuit then; it was merely sausage of the house in a little inn in a little Spanish town.

    Too Many Cooks

  • I began with a sprightlypas de bourrée des saucisse sans doute,which I then developed into anarabesque fondue allongée.

    Diary of a Bolshoi Potato Dancer

  • I began with a sprightly pas de bourrée des saucisse sans doute, which I then developed into an arabesque fondue allongée.

    Diary of a Bolshoi Potato Dancer

  •  I began with a sprightlypas de bourrée des saucisse sans doute, which I then developed into anarabesque fondue allongée.

    Diary of a Bolshoi Potato Dancer

  • She is definitely not asking what my 10-year-old daugher thought she heard, which was “Avec saucisse?”

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  • Bon je vous resume mon repas vous allez rire: J'ai mangé un peu de salade au riz, raisin sec enfin le truc super sucre, salé super bon, un boudin blanc et une saucisse ...

    pinku-tk Diary Entry

  • Le monsieur specialiste de la saucisse et du steack haché est deja occupé alors je tend la main entre lui et la jeune fille en quete d'un emploi pour chopper un bulletin d'inscription.

    pinku-tk Diary Entry

  • They send us back with a little cooler with all the goodies that we love from the region comté, saucisse de morteau... and perhaps it is the french way?

    Home Frozen

  • “I understand Berin is going to make saucisse minuit for lunch to-morrow. Huh?”

    Too Many Cooks

  • Four times, from 1928 to 1930, when you were at the Tarleton, a man in London went there, ordered saucisse minuit, took away some in his pocket, and sent it to me.

    Too Many Cooks

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