noun, plural lan·goustes [lahn-goost; English lahng-goosts] /lɑ̃ˈgust; English lɑŋˈgusts/. French.
- langmuir, irving,
- langres plateau
Examples from the Web for langouste
It is highly esteemed for the table, especially in France, where it goes by the name of Langouste.
Lobster as here served to take the place of the French langouste, tastes much like deviled lobster.
He ate a small portion of langouste with an exquisite salad, and drank a single glass of chablis.Mademoiselle of Monte Carlo|William Le Queux