Definition of Hasenpfeffer

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hasenpfeffer

has another think coming
has eyes bigger than one's stomach
has had it
has it
has it going on
has it off
has one's finger on the pulse
has one's fingers on the pulse
has time
has to
hasenpfeffer (current term)
hash brown
hash brownie
hash brownies
hash browns
hash code
hash collision
hash collisions
hash function
hash head

Literary usage of Hasenpfeffer

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Southern Literary Readings by Leonidas Warren Payne (1913)
"Wiener schnitzel and hasenpfeffer. Wien is the German name of Vienna. ... hasenpfeffer is a dish made of chopped hare stewed with wine and pepper and other ..."

2. Kentucky Receipt Book by Mary Harris Frazer (1903)
"hasenpfeffer. Cut up rabbit and soak 1 hour in salt water, then cover with vinegar ... hasenpfeffer. Take a 10-pound rabbit, cut into pieces and wash well, ..."

3. Readings from Literature by Reuben Post Halleck, Elizabeth Graeme Barbour (1915)
"... who smoked a meerschaum pipe three feet long and had wiener schnitzel and hasenpfeffer for dinner every day in the week. And now Lena was quite old ..."

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