Examples from the Web for bouillabaisse
But the boycott measure is also confused, chiefly because of its bouillabaisse of motivations.
I love caldeirada, which is a Portuguese version of bouillabaisse.
As soon as we had sat down, I saw with delight the great soup-tureen, whence escaped a delicious fragrance of bouillabaisse.Their Majesties as I Knew Them|Xavier Paoli
Rub with garlic some round slices of bread and serve the Bouillabaisse on them.Allied Cookery|Grace Glergue Harrison and Gertrude Clergue
As for the Bouillabaisse, it is like our own Welsh Rabbit in so far as hardly any two persons make it alike.
But why, in any case, remain content with salmon alone when Bouillabaisse can be made, even in dark and sunless England?The Feasts of Autolycus|Elizabeth Robins Pennell
The better, finer and firmer the fish, the better the Bouillabaisse.Dishes & Beverages of the Old South|Martha McCulloch Williams
British Dictionary definitions for bouillabaisse
Word Origin for bouillabaisse
Word Origin and History for bouillabaisse
fish stew, 1845, from French bouillabaisse (19c.), from Provençal bouiabaisso, boulh-abaisso, a compound of two verbs corresponding to English boil-abase (the latter in the original sense of "to lower").