1. [mid-19C] in pl., fetters [resemblance].
2. [mid–late 19C] in pl., side-whiskers.
3. [mid-19C+] the penis.
4. [late 19C+] a German.
5. attrib. use of sense 4.
6. [late 19C+] in joc. uses.
(a) an ineffectual, easily imposed-upon person; esp. in teasing phr. silly sausage/old sausage.
(b) an affectionate term of address to an animal.
7. [1900s-10s] (US Und.) a police-dog [sense 4 with ref. to the breed, e.g. a German shepherd, rather than sausage-dog, a dachshund].
8. [1930s] (US) a prize-fighter, esp. one with a swollen, bruised face.
9. [1930s+] a derisory amount, nothing; usu. as not a sausage
10. [1970s] (UK prison) a cannabis or cannabis/tobacco cigarette.
11. [1990s+] (US campus) a man, the male domain; only in combs. such as sausage party
12. see sausage party
[mid-19C] the mouth.
[mid-19C+] a German.
1. [1980s+] (US) a male homosexual.
2. [2000s] (N.Z.) a sexually active woman; esp. one who prefers the superior position in heterosexual intercourse.
[late 19C-1910s] Germany.
[1990s+] a social gathering where men outnumber women.
1. intercourse between the breasts.
2. sex between two men and one woman.
[1990s+] a male homosexual.
[1910s] a German.
[1980s+] (N.Z.) of a woman, to fellate.
[19C] of a woman, to have sexual intercourse.
[1940s+] (Aus.) the act of sexual intercourse; usu. as play hide the sausage; thus as v.
[mid-17C+] the penis.
[1930s+] absolutely nothing, usu. implying poverty.
see under sink v.
[2000s] to masturbate.
[mid-19C] a chain.
SE in slang uses
[late 19C+] a dachshund.
[late 19C+] (Aus.) a newspaper.