suet pudding

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noun

a pudding made of chopped beef suet and flour, boiled or steamed in a cloth, often with other ingredients, as raisins, spices, etc.

Nearby words

  1. suede,
  2. suent,
  3. suess,
  4. suess, eduard,
  5. suet,
  6. suetonius,
  7. suevian,
  8. suez,
  9. suez canal,
  10. suez canal crisis

Origin of suet pudding

First recorded in 1750–60

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Examples from the Web for suet pudding

  • The other prisoners had the regular Sunday's diet: bread, potatoes and suet-pudding.

    Flowers of Freethought|George W. Foote
  • He wouldnt know whether the child were fed on suet-pudding or cold ham!

    Christmas Roses and Other Stories|Anne Douglas Sedgwick
  • She bought slices of pork and beef, and of suet-pudding with a few currants sprinkled through it.

    The Dawn of a To-morrow|Frances Hodgson Burnett


British Dictionary definitions for suet pudding

suet pudding

noun

British any of a variety of sweet or savoury puddings made with suet and steamed or boiled
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