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Kraut   /kraʊt/   Listen
Kraut

noun
1.
Offensive term for a person of German descent.  Synonyms: Boche, Hun, Jerry, Krauthead.






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"Kraut" Quotes from Famous Books



... gate. I make a little wine outen 'em. We have 'em to eat a whole month. That garden keeps us goin' winter and summer. You see them five rows of flat turnips and the ruttabaggers beside 'em? I've cabbage enough banked under them pine tops to make a fifty-gallon barrel o' kraut and give us cabbage with our bacon all winter. We've got turnip greens, onions and collards. I've got corn and wheat in my crib and bacon enough to last me till next year. I raise the finest watermelons and mushmelons in the county and it ain't much trouble to live here. I never knowed how well ...
— The Man in Gray • Thomas Dixon



Words linked to "Kraut" :   depreciation, vernacular, slang, patois, disparagement, argot, German, lingo, Hun, jargon, Boche, cant, derogation



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