- a tidbit.
- an elegant treat: The special wine was a bonne bouche.
Origin of bonne bouche
Related Words for bonne bouchedessert, feast, luxury, tidbit, indulgence, nectar, goody, dainty, morsel, relish, delight, ambrosia, treat, sweet, savory, pleasure, rarity, banquet, special, regale
Examples from the Web for bonne bouche
Historical Examples of bonne bouche
In vain we offered to wait whilst he finished his bonne-bouche.Glories of Spain
Charles W. Wood
Ferdinand was the bonne-bouche of the family: they used to call him "the Parson!"
There was no profusion of unmeaning dishes; each was a bonne-bouche—an undeniable delicacy.Peg Woffington
Stone noted that he made swallowing movements as if he were about to taste a bonne-bouche.Painted Veils
Eating what yolk or white they contained, they plucked and roasted the chicks as a "bonne-bouche."The Overland Expedition of The Messrs. Jardine
Frank Jardine and Alexander Jardine
- a tasty titbit or morsel