Definition of 'haggis'
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Example sentences containing 'haggis'
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People have a holiday or eat haggis. The Times Literary Supplement (2013)Pies are far more the national dish than haggis. Times, Sunday Times (2012)SCOTLAND is probably most famous for its whisky and its haggis. The Sun (2013)I particularly remember the horror of tomatoes stuffed with haggis in a whisky jus. Times, Sunday Times (2007)I will be at home eating haggis. The Sun (2010)In a country where meat usually means steak, the idea of eating proper haggis is still too much for many to stomach. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Yesterday locals were insisting if they have to swap Yorkshire pudding for haggis they should also get to vote on Scottish independence. The Sun (2012)FORGET haggis and whisky, in Perthshire they are embracing all things fiery and hot. The Sun (2013)
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Used Rarely. haggis is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Definition of haggis from the Collins English Dictionary
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