From King Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Food
sausagesaus‧age /ˈsɒsɪdʒ $ ˈsɒː-/ ●●● S3 noun [countable, uncountable] 1 DFa small tube of skin filled with a mixture of meat, spices etc, eaten hot or cold after it has been cooked pork sausages2 not a sausage!
Examples from the Corpus
sausageAdd sausage slices, diced ham, onion, green pepper and celery.Do you want bacon or sausage with your eggs?Toucans sit in cages and aluminum pots steam with hot food, stewed beef and chicken or sausage and potatoes.Licensed hawkers were circulating, braying the merits of spiced sausages containing only real animal protein - so they claimed.Cut the sausages in half through the middle and push each half on the end of a wooden skewer.After waiting in line, I put two pennies on the counter and pointed above to the sausages.There were sausages strung like fat paper-chains between stalls.
Origin sausage (1400-1500) Old North French saussiche, from Late Latin salsicia, from Latin salsus salted