noun (used with a singular or plural verb)
Origin of fettuccine
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Actually, it's more of a triumph of dehydration and fettuccine alfredo over the human body.The Office's Michael Scott's Funniest Moments
April 28, 2011
First and foremost, if you read the directions, your fettuccine should be done and resting by now.
Take a long, deep whiff of that aroma and ladle it over your warm fettuccine.
Cook the noodles or fettuccine according to the package directions and drain well.What to Eat: An Adult Halloween Dinner Party
The Daily Beast
October 20, 2009
1922, from Italian fettuccine, plural of fettuccina, literally "little ribbon," diminutive of fetta "slice, ribbon" (see fetta).