extraordinaire

adjective ex·traor·di·naire \ ik-ˌstrȯ(r)-də-ˈner , ek- \

Definition of extraordinaire

: extraordinary used postpositively
  • a chef extraordinaire

Examples of extraordinaire in a Sentence

  1. the sort of chef extraordinaire who can whip up a fantastic meal, regardless of the ingredients on hand

Origin and Etymology of extraordinaire

French



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