ravigote

noun ra·vi·gote \rȧvēgȯt\

Definition of ravigote

plural

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  1. :  a sauce or dressing colored green with spinach puree and seasoned with vinegar and a mixture of herbs (as chervil, tarragon, chives, capers)

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Origin and Etymology of ravigote

French, from ravigoter to revive, refresh, alteration of ravigorer, from Middle French, from ra- (from Latin re-) + vigueur vigor — more at vigor


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