bratwurst bratwurst  /b ˈræ twərst/

Definition(s):

  • (n) a small pork sausage

Usage(s):

  1. On a warm Friday afternoon, about 500 people, led by Mayor Albert Zankl, drank beer, ate bratwurst and for almost five hours blocked a road into neighboring Austria.
  2. On a warm Friday afternoon, about 500 people drank beer, ate bratwurst and for almost five hours blocked a road into neighboring Austria.
  3. In the Wisconsin tradition, the visitors were wined and dined on beer and bratwurst at picnic outings in the company park and in the homes of Johnson Wax employees.

News

  1. Brat fry to help benefit special needs day care center

    ay Haven of Hope Day Care will host a bratwurst fry every Wednesday to help fund its special needs center for adults and children.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: The Appleton Post-Crescent

  2. Why poultry raised in Durango cant go to market

    Beef, pork, lamb, tilapia fish and chile bratwurst can all be had at the Durango Farmers Market, but chicken? No such cluck.
    on June 10, 2013     Source: The Durango Herald

  3. Girls can sign up for Bratwurst pageant

    The Bratwurst Festival may be a little more than two months away, but the fun begins Monday for anyone wanting to participate in the annual queen's pageant.
    on June 8, 2013     Source: Bucyrus Telegraph-Forum

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Quotes

  1. Despite the Cubs-friendly atmosphere in Milwaukee, Piniella said it still wasn't a home game - the team is still staying in a hotel, Piniella said, "and you're eating bratwurst."
    on Apr 8, 2007 By: Lou Piniella Source: USA Today

  2. Volz wrote: "If you are reading this, Brede Hangeland, that tin of bratwurst is all yours - and tell Jimmy Bullard he can have my Europop CDs."
    on Sep 10, 2008 By: Moritz Volz Source: London Informer

  3. "I had a steak and a salad for lunch and then a bratwurst before the game," Marshall said of his ritual, which he started in late April. "It's been good."
    on May 17, 2006 By: Sean Marshall Source: USA Today

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