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nougatine

[ noo-guh-teen ]
/ ˌnu gəˈtin /
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noun

a chocolate-coated nougat.

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Origin of nougatine

First recorded in 1890–95; nougat + -ine1
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How to use nougatine in a sentence

  • Some people like the vegetable nougatine soft, others like it "chewy," and still others want it to be hard.

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