I am going down to dinner: but I have nothing to offer you but a black pudding!'
I will take him, Antoine, and I invite you to eat some black pudding.
At last, when winter came he was taken down, for the black pudding was to be set before a guest.
There were long pouches of "black pudding," dangling from the booths.
That love is no more made by talking of it, than a black pudding would be.
You will not mind running to South Audley-street for a pound of black pudding?
His poor head's that moidered and mixed it's like a black pudding—there's no saying what's inside of it.
The black pudding was now huddled up into the folds of her new frock: then she rued the day when pocket-holes went out of fashion.
The older sense appears in black pudding, a sausage made of pig's blood.
In France they partake of white wine for breakfast, which accounts for the great consumption of black pudding.