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[ah-muh n-deen, am-uh n-]
adjective (of food)
  1. served or prepared with almonds: trout amandine.
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Origin of amandine

From French, dating back to 1835–45; see origin at almond, -ine2
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Historical Examples of amandine

  • There is no woman in Paris half as much talked about as Amandine.


    Eugne Sue

  • As to Amandine, as soon as she is fifteen she will begin on her own account!

  • Once properly instructed, Franois and Amandine will help him.

  • At this moment Franois and Amandine heard footsteps in the passage.

  • Give me this handkerchief, Amandine; and yours, too, Franois.