blood pudding

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nounSouth Midland and Southern U.S.

Origin of blood pudding

1
First recorded in 1575–85

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How to use blood pudding in a sentence

  • We had nothing to season the blood pudding with but salt, and it was not very good, but answered to sustain life.

    Death Valley in '49 | William Lewis Manly
  • I am sick of raw goose and blood pudding and Limburger cheese.

  • A kind of blood pudding or sausage is made, in general without flour, and with a large proportion of fat.

    Lachesis Lapponica | Carl von Linn
  • The blood-pudding proved to be the dish about which Franois had observed so much 173 secrecy and mystery.

    Across Patagonia | Lady Florence Dixie
  • They set aside a pail of blood for blood pudding and blood gravy.

    Plowing On Sunday | Sterling North

British Dictionary definitions for blood pudding

blood pudding

noun
  1. another name for black pudding

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