Definition of roulade
1 : a florid vocal embellishment sung to one syllable
2 : a slice of usually stuffed meat that is rolled, browned, and steamed or braised
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Though the lobster Thermidor has been recently replaced, entrees like the classic steak Diane or the fried chicken roulade – stirring a vague memory of Kiev – hold forth in a refreshing turn on clubroom fare.)
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Origin and Etymology of roulade
French, literally, act of rolling
First Known Use: 1672See Words from the same year
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