Definition of Boudin

1. Noun. A Cajun sausage originating in Southern Louisiana made from rice, ground pork (occasionally crawfish), and spices in sausage casing. ¹



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Definition of Boudin

1. a spicy Cajun sausage [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Boudin

botulismotoxin
botulisms
botulogenic
boubas
boubou
boubous
bouche
bouche de tapir
bouchee
bouchees
bouches
boucle
boucles
bouderie
bouderies
boudin (current term)
boudins
boudoir
boudoirs
bouffage
bouffages
bouffant
bouffant cap
bouffant caps
bouffants
bouffanty
bouffe
bouffes
bougainvilia
bougainvilias

Literary usage of Boudin

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1. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1836)
"Par ISIDORE boudin, Docteur en medecine; Eleve des hopitaux; ... M. boudin is well known in Paris as a successful and indefatigable observer. ..."

2. Impressionist Painting, Its Genesis and Development by Wynford Dewhurst (1904)
"The biographies of Jongkind and boudin form excellent texts over which one ... boudin possessed a little more grit, although his surroundings were not more ..."

3. Whistler, and Others by Frederick Wedmore (1906)
"Ill FANTIN AND boudin THE two most considerable painters of whom, within the last few years, Death has deprived France, have been—if we put aside Puvis de ..."

4. The British and Foreign Medical Review Or Quarterly Journal of Practical (1846)
"It was in 1828, while serving with the French expedition to the Morea, that M. boudin first noticed the remarkable antagonism between typhoid and pulmonary ..."

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