black pudding


British and Southern U.S.. blood sausage.
a dark dessert pudding made with flour, baking soda, eggs, and molasses.

Origin of black pudding

First recorded in 1560–70 Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Examples from the Web for black pudding

Historical Examples of black pudding

  • Lisa, still absent-minded, gave her the black-pudding and slices of saveloy.

  • And that black-pudding's broken, I see—a fork's been stuck into it, I expect.

  • If you let them do as they like there will be no black-pudding for you.

  • I am very fond of black-pudding, but this was my third helping, and really I have had enough.

    Glories of Spain

    Charles W. Wood

  • Then Lisa finished eating her black-pudding, and wiped her fingers on the edge of her apron.

British Dictionary definitions for black pudding

black pudding


a kind of black sausage made from minced pork fat, pig's blood, and other ingredientsAlso called: blood pudding Usual US and Canadian name: blood sausage
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