noun, plural Sa·cher tortes, German Sa·cher tor·ten [zah-khuhr -tawr-tn]. /ˈzɑ xər ˈtɔr tn/.
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We made the prune based Chocolate Fudge Torte at the bakery and it left everyone slack-jawed.
Sandra Lee The Food Network, Semi-Homemade Cooking I released a springform pan filled with a chocolate torte.
It was by a writer called Sacher-Masoch, a native of Austro-Hungary.
Haec degeneratio nomen habet a fabularum scriptore Sacher-Masoch.Essays In Pastoral Medicine|Austin Malley
Sacher's has a branch establishment in the Prater, which is always in high favour with the Viennese.The Gourmet's Guide to Europe|Algernon Bastard
While still a child young Sacher-Masoch was in the midst of the bloody scenes of the revolution which culminated in 1848.
Even the whip and the fur garments, Sacher-Masoch's favorite emotional symbols, find their explanation in this early episode.
It was some time before Sacher-Masoch eventually succeeded in rendering his wife unfaithful.