saveloy

[ UK /sˈe‍ɪvlɔ‍ɪ/ ]
NOUN
  1. a ready-cooked and highly seasoned pork sausage
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How To Use saveloy In A Sentence

  • With yer chips you can have fish, pies, sausages, saveloy - or best of all, the aforementioned sausages coated in a crispy batter and then fried.
  • It's position, parked up on the verge by the main arterial route over to Brighton indicates that it has not been left, engine running, whilst its owner nips into the chippy for a saveloy.
  • Growing up in a Greek takeaway in Birmingham might not have been something you bragged about, says Peter, but the smell of cod, saveloys and kebabs was the spur to getting a university education
  • Children gathered there every Friday night to eat bread and saveloys and drink billy tea from water boiled on the fire.
  • The noise of footsteps on the creaking stairs, a few minutes after the occurrence of this conversation, roused the merry old gentleman as he sat over the fire with a saveloy and a small loaf in his hand; a pocket – knife in his right; and a pewter pot on the trivet. Oliver Twist
  • It's a saveloy bright red sausage dipped in the sort of batter that's used in fish-n-chips, and deep fried. Unexpected
  • Half a pound of sausages and two saveloy dips, Mr. Braidford. Broken Music, A Memoir
  • Parking my car, I gaze over the bleak wooded Borderlands, and munch a pink saveloy.
  • From now on, you'll have to make do with a saveloy 'n' chips with mushy peas.
  • And when I bought those horrible little overdyed red saveloy thingees at the butcher, no one had any idea what the “cheerio” was that I asked for but instead offered me “little boys” – sigh I say pyjama…
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