Definition of devils on horseback in English:

devils on horseback

Line breaks: dev¦ils on horse|back
Pronunciation: /dɛvəlzɒnˈhɔːsbak
 
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noun

chiefly British
A savoury snack of prunes individually wrapped in slices of bacon, served on toast or croutons.
More example sentences
  • But you'd have to serve devils on horseback and a really heavy Cabernet Sauvignon, of course.
  • And 1970s canapés - cheese and pineapple, devils on horseback, vol-au-vents.

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