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noisette

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noun noi·sette \nwə-ˈzet, nwä-\

Definition of noisette

  1. :  a small piece of lean meat



Origin and Etymology of noisette

French, diminutive of nois choice cut of meat, literally, nut, from Old French, from Latin nux — more at nut


First Known Use: 1891


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