A highly seasoned link sausage of pork, pork liver, and rice that is a typical element of Louisiana Creole cuisine.(noun)
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Use "boudin" in a sentence
"After a solid hour of competition Saturday morning, 11-year-old Sayoni Ghosh from the Discovery School spelled "boudin," a French word for a type of sausage, to win the "Read to Bee" spelling bee."
"Latin verb gustare, "to taste;" but Medlar pleaded custom in behalf of C, observing, that, by the Doctor's rule, we ought to change pudding into budding, because it is derived from the French word boudin; and in that case why not retain the original orthography and pronunciation of all the foreign words we have adopted, by which means our language would become a dissonant jargon without standard or propriety?"
"Capt C. killed 2 bucks and 2 buffaloe, I also killed one buffaloe which proved to be the best meat, it was in tolerable order; we saved the best of the meat, and from the cow I killed we saved the necessary materials for making what our wrighthand cook Charbono calls the boudin (poudingue) blanc, and immediately set him about preparing them for supper; this white pudding we all esteem one of the greatest del [ic] acies of the forrest, it may not be amiss therefore to give it a place."