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noun Pouil·ly–Fuis·sé \pü-ˈyē-fwē-ˈsā\

Definition of Pouilly–Fuissé

  1. :  a dry white burgundy from an area west of Mâcon, France

Origin and Etymology of pouilly–fuissé

Solutré-Pouilly and Fuissé, villages in France

First Known Use: 1927

Rhymes with pouilly–fuissé

African gray, areaway, Armistice Day, Ascension Day, auto-da-fé, bank holiday, beta decay, bioassay, boulevardier, cabriolet, café au lait, cantabile, Cardigan Bay, carry away, cDNA, Chesapeake Bay, chronicle play, communiqué, companionway, corps de ballet, costumier, couturier, décolleté, Delaware Bay, devil to pay, diamanté, Dies Irae, Discovery Day, Dominion Day, Election Day, electric ray, far and away, felo-de-se, fiddle away, Fiesole, Giant's Causeway, habitué, High Holiday, instant replay, Jamaica Bay, Jubilate, Korea Bay, laissez-passer, Lavoisier, medley relay, mezzo forte, microarray, Midsummer Day, miracle play, Morgan le Fay, objet trouvé, off-off-Broadway, out-of-the-way, papier collé, papier-mâché, pas de bourrée, Patriots' Day, photo-essay, Pouilly-Fumé, prêt-à-porter, Presidents' Day, roche moutonnée, Rogation Day, roman à clef, roturier, Saginaw Bay, sine die, sub judice, superhighway, Thanksgiving Day, ukiyo-e, Ulan-Ude, Valentine's Day, Veterans Day, yerba maté

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a block used as a base for a statue

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