Kraut

[ UK /kɹˈa‍ʊt/ ]
[ US /ˈkɹaʊt/ ]
NOUN
  1. offensive term for a person of German descent
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How To Use Kraut In A Sentence

  • Mulgikapsad is a pork and sauerkraut dish that takes its name from an Estonian province.
  • At the annual holiday banquet, for instance, one employee each year wins the "Kraut" award -- a silver plate displayed at the front of the office -- along with a jar of sauerkraut. Top Small Workplaces 2007
  • Well, that’s just perfect because I eat kimchee, which is basically a spicy sauerkraut if you think about it. Archive 2006-01-01
  • Then a woman called Jenny McPherson, who had in early life, like "a good Scotch louse," who "aye travels south," found her way from Lochaber to London, where she had got into George's kitchen, and learned something better than to make sour kraut, was the individual who administered to her master's epicureanism, if not gulosity. Wilson's Tales of the Borders and of Scotland, Volume XXIII
  • Tell the Kraut to get his ass up front.
  • Avoid olives, pickles and sauerkraut because of their high sodium content.
  • The Adventures of Super Kraut is my new all-time favorite subtitle! More Biographies « Awful Library Books
  • Other remedies for this malady include green peas or sauerkraut juice.
  • I'm not trying to kill anyone, so my only auto handgun is a luger that my grandfather swiped from the krauts. .40 S&W vs.
  • Added Krauthammer, “Obama has now decided that the man he simply could not banish because he had become part of Obama himself is, mirabile dictu, surgically excised.” Deconstructing Obama
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