multicourse

adjective

mul·​ti·​course ˌməl-tē-ˈkȯrs How to pronounce multicourse (audio)
-ˌtī-
of a meal
: served in multiple courses
a multicourse meal/menu
Thanksgiving at Wright's is an elegant, multicourse affair, running to such dishes as sweet corn bisque followed by roast turkey with trimmings or a less traditional but just as wonderful Maine lobster with tomato-basil polenta.Colleen Dunn Bates

Examples of multicourse in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web At night, the lodge’s chefs served multicourse meals of Alaskan king crab legs or Kobe filet. Justin Elliott, Joshua Kaplan and Alex Mierjeski, Anchorage Daily News, 22 June 2023 Participating restaurants, steakhouses, bistros and ethnic eateries will offer multicourse menus at $15 or $25 for lunch and $35, $45 or $55 for dinner, a news release said. Hannah Kirby, Journal Sentinel, 27 Apr. 2023 The same can't be said for the multicourse tasting menus that chefs Refslund and Sorrells laid out for us over the weekend. Sophie Dodd, Travel + Leisure, 8 Feb. 2022 Many of his fans, who have paid up to $140 for a multicourse Matsu dinner, say Eick should be on the Michelin short list. Pam Kragen, San Diego Union-Tribune, 14 Oct. 2021 For a multicourse option, the Baker's Table will continue its brunch series with a special Easter offering this Sunday. Victoria Moorwood, The Enquirer, 12 Apr. 2022 Melissa Buchholz and Ross Bachhuber opened the event space in May 2018, holding occasional public events such as multicourse dinners and drop-in snack nights. Carol Deptolla, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 2 Sep. 2020 Each night climaxed with a multicourse exotic meal, often made from specimens collected by the members themselves. David Reamer | Alaska History, Anchorage Daily News, 7 May 2023 For $300 per person, guests can enjoy a multicourse dinner with wine pairing. Bahar Anooshahr, The Arizona Republic, 24 Apr. 2023

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Word History

First Known Use

1897, in the meaning defined above

Time Traveler
The first known use of multicourse was in 1897

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“Multicourse.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/multicourse. Accessed 15 Apr. 2024.

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