small and pretty; delicately pretty.
Other definitions for Mignon (2 of 2)
an opera (1866) by Ambroise Thomas.
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How to use mignon in a sentence
A “pretty damn good” plant-based filet mignon is in the works at Impossible Foods, as CEO Pat Brown revealed at our recent ClimateTech event.
“I’ve tasted our filet mignon prototypes—and they’re pretty damn good,” Brown told senior climate and energy editor James Temple.Impossible Foods has a big new offering in the works: filet mignon | Tammy Xu | October 12, 2022 | MIT Technology Review
That’s one reason Beyond and Impossible began by replicating patties and sausages—not filet mignon.
After all, if the insurer is paying all your grocery claims, why not load up on filet mignon instead of ground turkey?Health and Human Services Secretary Doesn't Understand What Insurance Is | Megan McArdle | March 27, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
Filet mignon and Shrimp Fondue by Lou Seibert Pappas This is a classic Christmas Eve dinner fondue.
Where else can you see people in half shirts taking down a succulent filet mignon?
He wished to marry Modeste mignon but forsook her quickly enough when he found out that her family was bankrupt.
This is the time when he was in correspondence with Modeste mignon and wished to espouse that rich heiress.
Castagnould was a Provencal and an old servant of the mignon family.
In the latter part of the same year he operated successfully upon Mme. mignon for blindness.
mignon came back from America a rich man, and he made Dumay share largely in his fortune.
British Dictionary definitions for mignon
small and pretty; dainty
- mignonne (ˈmɪnjɒn, French miɲɔn), fem n
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