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Véronique

adjective ·ro·nique \ˌvā-r-ˈnēk\

Definition of VÉRONIQUE

:  prepared or garnished with usually white seedless grapes <sole Véronique>

Variants of VÉRONIQUE

·ro·nique also Ve·ro·nique \ˌvā-r-ˈnēk\

Origin of VÉRONIQUE

French Véronique Veronica
First Known Use: 1907

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