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Origin of wurst
Examples from the Web for wurst
Germans have a special bond with their wurst; like pizza and Italians; sushi and the Japanese; or beer and, well, the Germans.
Festival must-eats include the crispy-skinned buttered chicken, giant pretzels, and anything with ‘wurst’ in the name.
I'd rather see that, now, than old Groschen 's supper-table groaning with Wurst again, and running a river of Rudesheimer!The Short Works of George Meredith|George Meredith
I've knew that light-green slough grass to cover the wurst sort o' quicksand.The Covered Wagon|Emerson Hough
In spite of Wurst, a great deal could have been accomplished.
I fully understand what a terrible blow the apostasy of Wurst must have been to you.
Why the Deeny girls, them old maids as never twisted their stiff necks to bow to man or beast in these parts, them was the wurst.Jane Allen: Center|Edith Bancroft
Word Origin for wurst
German sausage, 1855, from German Wurst, from Old High German