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timbale

noun tim·bale \ˈtim-bəl; tim-ˈbäl, tam-\

Definition of TIMBALE

1
a :  a creamy mixture (as of meat or vegetables) baked in a mold; also :  the mold in which it is baked
b :  a small pastry shell filled with a cooked timbale mixture
2
also tim·bal \ˈtim-bəl\ :  one of a set of single-headed cylindrical drums played with sticks —usually used in plural

Origin of TIMBALE

French, literally, kettledrum
First Known Use: 1824

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