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Words nearby bisque
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Origin of bisque2
Other definitions for bisque (3 of 3)
Origin of bisque3
How to use bisque in a sentence
The menu starts with options like lobster bisque and seared foie gras.
Especially if that means diving into a pan of shakshuka, a bowl of creamy lobster bisque, or a mile-high pavlova from some far-off restaurant or patisserie.Eat and drink well on your road trip with these 5 pointers|Purbita Saha|June 18, 2021|Popular-Science
The bisque of almonds requires one pound blanched almonds, one heaping cup of sugar and two pints of cream.Suppers|Paul Pierce
Nancy praised the lobster bisque and Anthony asked for a second helping of roast duck.The Gay Cockade|Temple Bailey
And just to prove it I'll bet you a ball a hole from here in—no handicap—not even a bisque.Fore!|Charles Emmett Van Loan
For a bisque, nothing is thrown away but the head, stomach, and black vein.
A bisque of craw-fish may also be served à la Colbert the same as a bisque of lobster.
British Dictionary definitions for bisque (1 of 3)
Word Origin for bisque
British Dictionary definitions for bisque (2 of 3)
- a pink to yellowish tan colour
- (as modifier)a bisque tablecloth