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gastronome

[ gas-truh-nohm ]
/ ˈgæs trəˌnoʊm /
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noun

a connoisseur of good food; gourmet; epicure.

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Also gas·tron·o·mer [ga-stron-uh-mer], /gæˈstrɒn ə mər/, gas·tron·o·mist.

Origin of gastronome

1815–25; <French, back formation from gastronomiegastronomy
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British Dictionary definitions for gastronome

gastronome

gastronomer (ɡæsˈtrɒnəmə) or gastronomist

/ (ˈɡæstrəˌnəʊm) /

noun

less common words for gourmet
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