[ noo-shuh-tel, nyoo-, noo-shuh-tel, nyoo-; French nœ-shah-tel ]
/ ˌnu ʃəˈtɛl, ˌnyu-, ˈnu ʃəˌtɛl, ˈnyu-; French nœ ʃɑˈtɛl /
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a soft, white cheese similar to cream cheese, made from whole or partly skimmed milk in Neufchâtel, a town in N France.
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Also called Neufchâtel cheese .
Origin of Neufchâtel
First recorded in 1860–65
Words nearby Neufchâtel
network marketing, net worth, Netzahualcóyotl, Neubrandenburg, Neuchâtel, Neufchâtel, Neuilly, Neuilly-sur-Seine, neuk, Neumann, neume
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How to use Neufchâtel in a sentence
When Berthier, Prince de Neufchatel, went into her cabinet for this purpose, he found her weeping most bitterly.
The rector Hegel, of Neufchatel, and other travellers have been here on purpose to see me: they thought I was blind.The Man-Wolf and Other Tales|Emile Erckmann and Alexandre Chatrian
Argyri joined them on the 27th at Neufchatel, and they left that city the same day for Geneva.
In the meantime Balzac had decided on a trip also, and the objective point was Neufchatel.Little Journeys to the Homes of the Great, Vol. 13|Elbert Hubbard
Chop pecans, hickory nuts or English walnuts; mix with an equal quantity of cream or Neufchatel cheese.Stevenson Memorial Cook Book|Various
British Dictionary definitions for Neufchâtel
/ (French nøʃɑtɛl) /
a soft creamy whole-milk cheese, similar to cream cheese
Word Origin for Neufchâtel
named after Neufchâtel, town in N France where it is made
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