[ah-mooz-boosh; French a-myz-boosh]
noun, plural a·muse-bouches, a·muse-bouche.
a small appetizer as served, usually without charge, in a restaurant.
Origin of amuse-bouche
1955–60; < French amuser to gratify, amuse + bouche mouth
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an appetizer before a meal
Word Origin for amuse-bouche
from French amuser amuse, gratify + bouche mouth
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