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  • n. Plural form of sanger.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • Labels: sambies or sambos or sangers (sandwiches), sandwiches, sarnies (sandwiches) comments:


  • Sag mir wo die Blumen sind sambies or sambos or sangers (sandwiches) samite (cloth)

    Theodor Storm

  • I am told that “sangers” is sometimes also said, but I have never heard that one either.


  • Ja, livet her er ei ly for verdens ondskap, er stolt og frit og fuldt av rike glæder: hver graasten synes god og kirkeklok, hvert redetræ er jo en sangers slot, og alt er skjønt, og alt er saare godt.

    An Essay Toward a History of Shakespeare in Norway

  • It is a colourless record of getting up, going to bed, sleeping in the rain with one blanket (a grievance he always mentions, though without complaint), of fighting, cutting brushwood, and building what he calls "sangers and travises."

    Ladysmith The Diary of a Siege

  • The boys were as usual working hard patrolling and building sangers when not on patrol.

    Army Rumour Service

  • Back in camp, chefs and clerks were manning the sangers and QRF had been handed over to staff officers and medics.

    Army Rumour Service

  • Meanwhile in Sydney's Hyde Park, snag sangers, FJ Holden utes, Hills hoists, drought-weary farmers and Skippy the bush kangaroo were on display.

    Latest News - Yahoo!7 News

  • The pre-BATUS training area Chatham, was not far from the site of battle of Knightsbridge and the whole area was covered with WW2 crap, sangers, barbed wire, rolled into huge balls, and the general rubbish left by troops, most of the big stuff, tanks and the like had been removed but there were thousands of tincans, empty cases, flimsys petrol cans.

    Army Rumour Service

  • 'They're just going to tuckshop and back,' I say, 'To buy beers and sangers.'

    The View from Elsewhere


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  • Wow. Just one sanger? You aussies are crazy! *taps head furiously*

    July 22, 2009

  • Going around the circle at lunch time in year 4:

    "Vegemite sanger."

    "Cheese sanger."


    "Peanut butter sanger."

    "Fritz sanger, with sauce."

    True story!

    July 22, 2009

  • WeirdNet pisses me off. #3 is Sanger, not Sangers. Gah!

    July 22, 2009

  • Rarely heard in singular? Not around here.

    July 22, 2009

  • how tremendously abstract-sounding

    July 22, 2009

  • No. You can (and should) have a sausage sandwich but in general the presence of hot contents renders it a bap or a nudger or even a bin lid in my experience.

    July 22, 2009

  • can you have banger sangers?

    July 22, 2009

  • English slang - sandwiches. Rarely heard in singular.

    July 22, 2009