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haggishag‧gis /ˈhæɡɪs/ noun [countable, uncountable]  DFFa food eaten in Scotland, made from the heart and other organs of a sheep, cut up and boiled in a skin made from the sheep’s stomach
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haggisWe ate raclette and gelato and haggis and reindeer and zebra and water buffalo.Hot and cold meals, with steak pie and haggis specialities.As a confirmed haggis lover, that just proves how irrational we humans can be!And the best part of visiting both is that eating haggis is not mandatory.We had haggis for supper that night.Earlier, in the sixth round, Hulka got the giggles when the contest judges asked him to spell haggis.Margaret Taylor of the Dumfries Group addressed the haggis before fiercely slitting it with a huge kitchen knife.The haggis suddenly felt like lead in my stomach.
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