from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun Sausage.
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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
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I thought I heard it all about Cheney, but it sounds like the wurst is yet to come!
The trouble with Brad-wurst is that you come down with whatever colds Brad had.
# 57 Keith says:. .it sounds like the wurst is yet to come!
The beer is flowing, the wurst is the best, and the chicken dance is all the craze.
The "brat" in wurst comes from the German verb "braten," meaning to pan fry or roast.
There’s still a museum right next door if you are interested in the history Apparently Check Point Curry specializes in curry-wurst, which is pork sausage with curry sauce and is a traditional fast-food favorite among Berliners.
Then those of my dear neighbors nearest my heart decided to prevent a lonely Christmas for me, so on December 21st came Mrs. Louderer, laden with an immense plum pudding and a big "wurst," and a little later came Mrs. O'Shaughnessy on her frisky pony, Chief, her scarlet sweater making a bright bit of color against our snow - wrapped horizon.
Not feeling at all game to ask the cranky waitress, we just ordered anything that ended in 'wurst' and see how we went.
Over various kinds of 'wurst', breads, cakes and cookies, and lots of wine, the conversation would frequently enough turn to politics.
This used to be a famous fish market, and at this time of the year the large market place becomes the venue for the Christmas markets, where you can stop for a quick "wurst" and "gluhwein," a sausage and mulled wine.