Simple Definition of terrine
: liver or meat that has been chopped into very small pieces and cooked in a special dish
Full Definition of terrine
1a : tureen 1b : a usually earthenware dish in which foods are cooked and served
2 : a mixture of chopped meat, fish, or vegetables cooked and served in a terrine
Origin of terrine
French — more at tureen
First Known Use: circa 1706
Rhymes with terrine
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Britannica.com: Encyclopedia article about "terrine"
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