Definition of Mortadella

1. Noun. A smooth-textured Italian pork-sausage with lumps of fat, flavoured with spices; eaten cold. ¹



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Definition of Mortadella

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mortadella

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morsicatio buccarum
morsitation
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Literary usage of Mortadella

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1. Round about Rio: A Novel by Frank De Yeaux Carpenter (1884)
""mortadella, Stacy, is an Italian preparation, and hence it is a mystery. ... mortadella is a thing to be eaten and no questions asked," It was brought on ..."

2. Tariff Handbook by Committee on Ways and Means, United States, United States Dept. of the Treasury, Congress (1913)
"That on the part of the importers shows the sausage is made in and about the city of Bologna, and is sold as " mortadella " and "salame," and those terms ..."

3. Imaginary Conversations of Literary Men and Statesmen by Walter Savage Landor (1826)
"The friar drew forth his pocket-hankerchief, and produced a thick slice of Bologna mortadella, some cheese, seven or eight livers, with lard enough to fry ..."

4. The Table: How to Buy Food, how to Cook It, and how to Serve it by Alexander Filippini (1889)
"mortadella. 287. Radishes, 292. Crabs, St. Laurent, 372. ... mortadella, 287. Pompano, with fine Herbs, 331. Veal Chops. St. Cloud, 561. Tomatoes a la Bock, ..."

5. Summer Holidays, Travelling Notes in Europe by Theodore Child (1889)
"IN the city famous for mortadella, I lodged in an inn which was formerly a palace—a vast and magnificent house, built around a courtyard surrounded by ..."

6. Tuscany and Umbria by Emma Jones (2004)
"... especially the city's biscotti (the hard almond biscuits also known as cantucci), mortadella (bright-colored spicy sausage) and wines (Bagnolo Pinot ..."

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