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grillade

[ gri-lahd, -yahd; French gree-yad ]
/ grɪˈlɑd, -ˈyɑd; French griˈyad /
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noun, plural gril·lades [gri-lahdz; French gree-yad]. /grɪˈlɑdz; French griˈyad/.
a dish or serving of broiled or grilled meat.
the act of grilling.
verb (used with object), gril·lad·ed [gri-lah-did, -yah-], /grɪˈlɑ dɪd, -ˈyɑ-/, gril·lad·ing.
Obsolete. to grill or broil (meat).
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Origin of grillade

1650–60; <French: something grilled, equivalent to Old French grillegrill1 + -ade-ade1
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How to use grillade in a sentence

  • Bibi-la-Grillade's coat was buttoned to the chin, as he had no vest, and a wisp of a cravat was tied around his neck.

    L'Assommoir|Emile Zola
  • Bibi-la-Grillade proposed cards; Mme Lerat suggested storytelling.

    L'Assommoir|Emile Zola
  • Near the counter they beheld Bibi-la-Grillade smoking his pipe with a sulky air.

    L'Assommoir|Emile Zola
  • He was a Republican, and Bibi-la-Grillade and himself were soon in a hot discussion.

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