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[roi-al] /rɔɪˈæl/
custard cut into shapes and used as a garnish in soups.
Origin of royale
< French, noun use of feminine of royal royal Unabridged
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  • Arrange them in timbale cups, mixing the vegetables together; fill the cups up with royale mixture.

    The Century Cook Book Mary Ronald
  • As soon as we were out of their sight, Colonel royale clasped my hands with rapture.

    The O'Ruddy Stephen Crane
  • Colonel royale entered precipitately, beaming with good humour.

    The O'Ruddy Stephen Crane
  • I have a patient to attend to on royale Place where I must finish the night.

    The Mesmerist's Victim Alexandre Dumas
  • But royale took me forcibly by the arm, and we turned our backs on Strepp and Forister and walked toward the inn.

    The O'Ruddy Stephen Crane
  • They have put it on their maps, but always east of royale, or Minong as you call it.

    The Island of Yellow Sands E. C. [Ethel Claire] Brill
  • And I know that on my left a certain Colonel royale was steadily growing happier.

    The O'Ruddy Stephen Crane
  • royale, afforded a large accession of books in that branch of literature which was his specialty.

  • If I had a fool for a second, Colonel royale had a fine, wise young man.

    The O'Ruddy Stephen Crane
  • The next day, Lodgard went to Place royale at about the same hour as on the preceding day.

Word Origin and History for royale

French, literally "royal" (see royal).

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
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