Definition of Bolognas

1. Noun. (plural of bologna) ¹



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Definition of Bolognas

1. bologna [n] - See also: bologna

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bolognas

bollockses
bollocksing
bollox
bolloxed
bolloxes
bolloxing
bolls
bollu preñáu
bollworm
bollworms
bolo
bolo knife
bolo tie
bolo ties
bologna
bolognas (current term)
bolognese pasta sauce
bologram
bolograph
bolographic
bolographs
bolometer
bolometers
bolometric
bolometric correction
bolometric magnitude
bolometric magnitudes
bolometrically
boloney
boloneys

Literary usage of Bolognas

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1. The Knickerbocker: Or, New-York Monthly Magazine by Charles Fenno Hoffman, Timothy Flint, Lewis Gaylord Clark, Kinahan Cornwallis, John Holmes Agnew (1842)
"Now it happened that on the morning in question the Doctor had had his favorite dish of bolognas on the table ; but they did n't relish very well. ..."

2. City Court Reports: Containing Decisions of the Marine Court of the City of by New York (City). Marine Court, Daniel T. Robertson, Edward Jacobs (1889)
"Having the " bolognas " on the lots in question for the purpose of blasting was not unlawful, and does not, in itself, impose on the defendant any ..."

3. Men I Have Fished with: Sketches of Characters and Incidents with Rod and by Fred Mather (1897)
"Just how he could cook the last was a mystery, and they could not be eaten raw. bolognas were unknown then, as this was before the German invasion and the ..."

4. The American Live Stock Market by Arthur C. Davenport (1922)
"bolognas are muscular but not fat enough for beef and are more suitable for sausage. ... Dairy bulls make good bolognas, especially ,big Hoi- steins. ..."

5. Bulletin by North Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station (Fargo) (1899)
"The result of our investigation proved a surprise with regard to the amount of sulphites and borates employed especially in sausages, bolognas, ..."

6. Notes and Queries by Martim de Albuquerque (1859)
"Little Smit. Smit mit de junk-shop. Smit from de hilt. • Smit mit de bolognas. Smit from the holler. Smit mit one eye. Smit mit de store. Smit mit two eyes. ..."

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