Now, with the air of a conjurer, the waiter just showed them an entremets which he hastened to serve.
The latter ornaments were what they called their "intermeats" (entremets).
And so on with the entremets, and hors d'oeuvres, and the rotis, and the releves.
Directly after the fish came the entremets, or French dishes.
The king had now arrived at the entremets, but without losing sight of Porthos, who continued to play his part in the best manner.
Omelets are served as entremets after the vegetables, and at breakfast.
Our young man gave the portable oven a kick and sent the entremets into the garden for the pigeons to eat.
The second course comprises dishes of two kinds, viz.: rôts and entremets.
As entremets, and as accompaniments to meat, they are largely consumed.
Cotgrave has: 'entremets, certain choice dishes served in between the courses at a feast.'