esp US omelet
Definition of omelette
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How to use omelette in a sentence
His Sunday-morning ritual was cutting them into little pieces and frying them crisp and then folding them into an omelette.
Fanchon is deeply interested in the bacon omelette as she watches it browning and sputtering over the fire.
Fanchon sits on the settle, her chin on a level with the table, to eat the steaming omelette and drink the sparkling cider.
Breakfasted on the banks of the Elbe (omelette aux confitures) and returned to Dresden by boat.The Life & Letters of Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky|Modeste Tchaikovsky
When some friend spoke to her of her rival's salon, she exclaimed, "Voil bien du bruit pour une omelette au lard."
She brings breakfast of coffee without milk and an omelette, but we always have our ration of bacon as well.Letters of Lt.-Col. George Brenton Laurie|George Brenton Laurie