A Scottish dish consisting of a mixture of the minced heart, lungs, and liver of a sheep or calf mixed with suet, onions, oatmeal, and seasonings and boiled in the stomach of the slaughtered animal.(noun)
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Use "haggis" in a sentence
"And the word haggis or haggesse turns out to be an alternative name for magpie."
"The event usually allows for people to start eating just after the haggis is presented."
"Hey, if I can eat street food all over Thailand every year, and not get sick, I can certainly eat one bite of haggis from a cart in NY."