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gourmandise

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[ goor-muhn-deez ]
/ ˌgʊər mənˈdiz /
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noun
unrestrained enjoyment of fine foods, wines, and the like.
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Origin of gourmandise

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From French; see origin at gormandize

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Other definitions for gourmandise (2 of 2)

gourmandise2
[ goor-muhn-dahyz ]
/ ˈgʊər mənˌdaɪz /

verb (used without object), gour·man·dised, gour·man·dis·ing.
Chiefly British. gourmandize.
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British Dictionary definitions for gourmandise

gourmandise

gormandize

/ (ˌɡʊəmənˈdiːz) /

noun
a love of and taste for good food
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