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noisette

[ nwah-zet; French nwa-zet ]
/ nwɑˈzɛt; French nwaˈzɛt /
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noun, plural noi·settes [nwah-zets; French nwa-zet]. /nwɑˈzɛts; French nwaˈzɛt/.
a loin, fillet, or other lean section of meat: an entrée of lamb noisettes.
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Origin of noisette

1890–95; <French: a round, rather thick slice of fillet or loin of lamb or mutton, diminutive of noix choice part of a cut of meat, literally, nut, kernel <Latin nucem, accusative of nux;see -ette
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British Dictionary definitions for noisette

noisette
/ (nwɑːˈzɛt) /

adjective
flavoured or made with hazelnuts
noun
a small round boneless slice of lamb from the fillet or leg
a chocolate made with hazelnuts

Word Origin for noisette

from French: hazelnut
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