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 (wûrst, wo͝orst)

[German, from Middle High German, from Old High German; see wers- in Indo-European roots.]


(wɜːst; wʊəst; vʊəst)
(Cookery) a large sausage, esp of a type made in Germany, Austria, etc
[from German, literally: something rolled; related to Latin vertere to turn]


(ˈsɔ sɪdʒ; esp. Brit. ˈsɒs ɪdʒ)

finely chopped, seasoned meat, usu. stuffed into a prepared intestine or other casing and often made into links.
[1400–50; late Middle English sausige < dial. Old French sausiche < Late Latin salsīcia, neuter pl. of salsīcius seasoned with salt, derivative of Latin salsus salted]
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Either way, I think we can all agree Miss Wurst just about deserved her victory.
A month ago, Wurst joked about killing people and then committing suicide, according to two boys who described themselves as friends of the teenager.
It boasts a fountain, a bakery and, appropriately, a butcher's shop selling wurst - German sausage.
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Wurst, the hirsute alter ego of Austrian performer Tom Neuwirth, represented his homeland with the Bond theme-like ballad "Rise Like a Phoenix," drawing ire from socially conservative viewers.
SINGING sensation Conchita Wurst - the Austrian bearded lady - last night romped to victory in the Eurovision song contest.
Andrew Wurst opened fire during the last dance at the Parker Middle School graduation in Edinboro, Pennsylvania.
That appeared to be the message from Eurovision Island in Copenhagen, where victory for Austrian drag act Conchita Wurst (think BGT's Francine Lewis impersonating Rylan Clark) symbolised one of two things.
If you were expecting to see sausage, the wurst is yet to come.
Austrian Europop star Conchita Wurst, whose real name is Tom Neuwirth, was spotted mingling with the stars at the Life Ball in Vienna earlier this week, the New York Post reported.
Shannon Bougknight and Felice Wurst share the part of Adelaide, while Brittany Buongiorno and Alycia Campany share the part of Sarah Brown.