noun sou·bise \sü-ˈbēz\

Definition of SOUBISE

:  a garnish or white sauce containing onions or onion purée

Origin of SOUBISE

French, from Charles de Rohan, Prince de Soubise †1787 French nobleman
First Known Use: 1822


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