Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun A sausage made of or containing ground liver.

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  • noun liver sausage

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  • noun sausage containing ground liver

Etymologies

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

[Partial translation of German Leberwurst : Leber, liver + Wurst, sausage; see wurst.]

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Partial translation of German Leberwurst.

Examples

  • Don’t get me wrong, DD — liverwurst is great, but it doesn’t belong in my gyoza.

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  • Eight participants believed the liverwurst was the dog food, and four thought the Spam was the culprit. to comment, but it's easier if you do so.

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  • Eight participants believed the liverwurst was the dog food, and four thought the Spam was the culprit. to comment, but it's easier if you do so.

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  • Reich: Recession to Last 2-3 Years watch the whole speech (about an hour long, with the Q&A) delivered last week to the Commonwealth Club of California, you'll be rewarded with a refreshingly straightforward explanation of the causes of the current deep recession (or "liverwurst" Reich suggests it just might as well be called rather than a "Depression") and sensible prescriptions for jump-starting the American economy in addition to more ambitious spending initiatives that he realistically notes won't likely have any significant impact for years to come.

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  • As a reaction to the February strike, the Nazis installed that same month a Jewish Council: a board of Jews who served as an instrument for organising the identification and deportation of Jews more efficiently, while the Jews on the council were told and convinced they were helping the Jews. watch the whole speech (about an hour long, with the Q&A) delivered last week to the Commonwealth Club of California, you'll be rewarded with a refreshingly straightforward explanation of the causes of the current deep recession (or "liverwurst" Reich suggests it just might as well be called rather than a "Depression") and sensible prescriptions for jump-starting the American economy in addition to more ambitious spending initiatives that he realistically notes won't likely have any significant impact for years to come.

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  • I set aside my wonderful liverwurst and onion sandwich ($8.50, with mayo on wheat bread) and waited while the chef prepared a hot dog.

    Jay Weston: Downtown Burbank Is Now a Vibrant Scene -- Moore's Deli Is There

  • I was one of those kids who never liked PB&J too (of course I liked liverwurst, weird kid).

    It's Peanut Butter Jelly Time!

  • But you might have something right in your fridge that can disguise a pill: liverwurst, baby food, cream cheese, string cheese, meatballs, tuna or peanut butter.

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  • “The spark of divinity can be present in a liverwurst just as well as in a contrabassoon,” he wrote in his preface to the work.

    Audio: The contrabassoon vs. contraforte

  • CLAUDIA DEY: Writing about sex is as unavoidable as the mention of a streetcar or the burial of a cat or peeing on flowers or eating a liverwurst sandwich or being whispered to by a preacher; it is indivisible from the human experience.

    Discussion: On Sex in Fiction

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