Its chemical properties have also been the object of very extensive researches by Pfeiffer, kraut, and Lassen.
They made kraut sit with them at the jabbering feast, the only mortal there.
Or was it just a rear-guard holding the Brigade up while kraut evacuated Mikocheni?
kraut cut some paper into bits, folded them up, and dropped them into a cap.
Only we'll never be able to fly far enough into kraut territory to see anything.
"a German" (especially a German soldier), 1841, but popularized during World War I, from German kraut "cabbage," considered a characteristic national dish.
: kraut wine
A German, esp a German soldier: Oh, that kraut-head (WWI armed forces)
[fr sauerkraut, regarded as a favorite and characteristic German food]