[ boor-geen-yuhn; French boor-gee-nyawn ]


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Word History and Origins

Origin of bourguignon1

From French, dating back to 1915–20, masculine adj.: of Burgundy

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Example Sentences

Julia Child inspired him at first, until that run-in with the Beef Bourguignon.

Champagne, which is also acidic, offers a nice complement to anything from tuna tartare to beef bourguignon.

I particularly recommend the turkey chili and beef bourguignon.

A taste of the beef bourguignon is enough to assure that Hitz is not overstating the case.

As is the case with most famous dishes, there are more ways than one to arrive at a good boeuf bourguignon.

Bourguignon would have groaned in spirit, could he have seen the wine that Tapin gave for her two sous.

The sentinel had received orders to let him pass, so Buvat, conducted by Bourguignon, passed proudly by him.

Monsieur Bourguignon, I beg you to believe that, if I had any, they are completely dissipated.

Bourguignon found that under the most favorable conditions the mites of Sarcoptes scabiei equi would live for sixteen days.

Le bon aptre du roi fait l le saint homme, et il est bien mieux pris que lorsque le Bourguignon le mena Lige.