Newburg

adjective
New·burg | \ˈnü-ˌbərg, ˈnyü-\
variants: or Newburgh

Definition of Newburg 

: served with a sauce made of cream, butter, sherry, and egg yolks lobster Newburg shrimp Newburg

First Known Use of Newburg

1890, in the meaning defined above

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Newburg

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of Newburg

: served with a sauce that is made of cream, butter, sherry, and egg yolks

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