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haggis  

  ( haggises    plural  ) A haggis is a large sausage, usually shaped like a ball, which is made from minced sheep's meat contained inside the skin from a sheep's stomach. Haggis is traditionally made and eaten in Scotland.      n-var  
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haggling, hag, haggle, haggard

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