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Bourguignonne

[ boor-geen-yawn, -yohn, -yuhn; French boor-gee-nyawn ]
/ ˌbʊər ginˈyɔn, -ˈyoʊn, -ˈyʌn; French bur giˈnyɔn /
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Origin of Bourguignonne

1915–20; <French, feminine of bourguignon
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How to use Bourguignonne in a sentence

  • "Come in, la Bourguignonne," said Marie, taking the child from his nurse and bringing him to the King.

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