- Chiefly Northern U.S. a jelly doughnut.
- Chiefly Midland U.S. a fried cruller.
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How to use Bismarck in a sentence
The usher is from the Bismarck Food Service, wearing a blue Bismarck jersey, carrying a Bismarck bucket filled with soft drinks.
The Daily Pic: The crème brûlée "bismarck" from the Doughnut Plant is a great aesthetic creation.
She returned to Los Angeles on Friday, and her next speaking engagement will be in Bismarck, North Dakota.
None, even among Bismarck's modern sycophants, would pretend that their hero was the inventor of German unity.
When offered, it was haughtily declined under the applause of Bismarck and his friends.
In the mouth of Bismarck it means a lesser thing, of course, in extent, but not in its essence.
He asked Bismarck to send him arms and money, and promised, if he had them, to guarantee him against the hostile combination.
But Bismarck had learnt now that the danger of the hostile alliance had passed, and the promised help never came.