- pertaining to or characteristic of nouvelle cuisine.
Origin of nouvelle
extracted from nouvelle cuisine
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Examples from the Web for nouvelle
But Venner and the Nouvelle Droite never for a second veered from their racialized supremacism.The Fascist History Behind Dominique Venner’s Suicide at Notre Dame
May 23, 2013
If I do it, it will have to be a real book, even if only a short one, a nouvelle.Overlooked
You must come to the Nouvelle Athnes to hear Villiers tell his story.Memoirs of My Dead Life
Larfargue, Le Matérialisme économique, in Ere nouvelle, 1893.
Others detected in it a resemblance to Rousseau's Nouvelle Héloise.Children of the Market Place
Edgar Lee Masters
In a certain sense, no doubt, the fairy tale may be said to be merely a variety of the age-old fabliau and nouvelle.A History of the French Novel, Vol. 1
Word Origin and History for nouvelle
"short fictitious narrative dealing with a single situation or aspect of a character," 1670s, French nouvelle (11c.), literally "new" (see novel (adj.)).
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper