an old English country-dance.
a dance form in quick duple time, occasionally constituting part of an 18th-century instrumental suite.
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How to use anglaise in a sentence
Pastry chef Genesis Flores uses a ceramic plateau to present her gold leaf-garnished, mascarpone-filled eclair, over which a server pours a stream of coffee anglaise.If you think fine dining is on pause, Imperfecto would beg to differ | Tom Sietsema | May 7, 2021 | Washington Post
Serving suggestion: Ice cream and Cinnamon Crème anglaise (page 163) are also suitable toppings.
He was planning again a book on Byron, and asks for Taine's critique of him 217 in his Littrature anglaise.The Life of Mazzini | Bolton King
What he had mainly in mind was to say to the old actress that she had been mistaken—the jeune anglaise wasn't such a grue.The Tragic Muse | Henry James
She was a jeune anglaise—a "lady" withal—very earnest about artistic, about remunerative problems.The Tragic Muse | Henry James