saveloy


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sav·e·loy

 (săv′ə-loi′)
n.
A highly seasoned smoked pork sausage.

[Alteration (perhaps influenced by Savoy, because it may have been introduced into Great Britain in 1613 by the ambassador of the Duchy of Savoy) of cervelat.]

saveloy

(ˈsævɪˌlɔɪ)
n
(Cookery) a smoked sausage made from salted pork, well seasoned and coloured red with saltpetre
[C19: probably via French from Italian cervellato, from cervello brain, from Latin cerebellum, diminutive of cerebrum brain]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.saveloy - a ready-cooked and highly seasoned pork sausage
pork sausage - sausage containing pork
Britain, Great Britain, U.K., UK, United Kingdom, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland - a monarchy in northwestern Europe occupying most of the British Isles; divided into England and Scotland and Wales and Northern Ireland; `Great Britain' is often used loosely to refer to the United Kingdom
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saveloy

[ˈsævəlɔɪ] Nfrankfurt m

saveloy

saveloy

[ˈsævəlɔɪ] ncervellata
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When I dined regularly and handsomely, I had a saveloy and a penny loaf, or a fourpenny plate of red beef from a cook's shop; or a plate of bread and cheese and a glass of beer, from a miserable old public-house opposite our place of business, called the Lion, or the Lion and something else that I have forgotten.
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.
Solomon Pell in court, regaling himself, business being rather slack, with a cold collation of an Abernethy biscuit and a saveloy.
Her digital strategy for the firm is driven by a desire to engage a younger audience, and the North East diaspora who still hold a fondness for saveloy dips and pease pudding.
NEW The Trials of Jimmy Rose ITV, 9pm Oi oi saveloy, Ray Winstone plays guess what, a cockernee wrong 'un in a drama also starring Amanda Redman as his ball and chain.
They include such grisly matters as potted meat and saveloy merchant William Henry Wills, who sold diseased horsemeat to his unsuspecting customers, a deaf window cleaner accidentally pushed from his ladder by a blind passer-by, a man crushed to death by his own runaway cart and the peculiar case of Jeremiah Darcey - who died after swallowing his own false teeth.
Ate better, for one thing; fish and chips, saveloy and chips, sweet'n'sour Chinese.
The ''premium sausage'' was more like a saveloy and the ''loaded with pulled pork'' description was somewhat lacking.
Last time I saw that degree of surprise on anyone's face was when my mate Jenny went to a Photo-Me booth to have her passport pics done and someone shoved a saveloy at her through the curtains.
Some of the girls, when I used to get the saveloy working, would throw it in the frying pan.
Saveloy, gives a clue as to why this is so: "You killed this and stole that and you defeated the giant man-eating avocados of somewhere else, but .