Definition of cassolette
1 : a vessel often with a perforated cover in which perfumes may be kept or burned
2 : a small casserole in which an individual portion of food is cooked and served
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Origin and Etymology of cassolette
French, from Middle French, from Old Provençal casoleta small saucepan, diminutive of casola saucepan, from cassa ladle, saucepan
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