adjective cré·mant \krāmäⁿ, ˈkremənt\

Definition of crémant

of wine

  1. :  mildly sparkling :  crackling — see pētillant

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Origin and Etymology of crémant

French, from present participle of crémer to become covered with cream or foam, from Middle French cremer, from creme, cresme, cream — more at cream

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