paillard

[ pahy-yahr, pey- ]
/ paɪˈyɑr, peɪ- /

noun

a scallop, especially of veal or chicken, that is pounded flat and grilled or sautéed quickly.

Nearby words

  1. paige, satchel,
  2. paigle,
  3. paignton,
  4. pail,
  5. pailful,
  6. paillasse,
  7. paillette,
  8. paillon,
  9. paimio chair,
  10. pain

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Examples from the Web for paillard

  • It is, of course, not up to Chevillard or Paillard form, but quite good enough for ordinary requirements.

  • Once in a blue moon I found the resolution to enter, pushing the door open timidly, like a provincial venturing into Paillard's.

    To Tell You the Truth|Leonard Merrick


Word Origin and History for paillard

paillard

n.

variant of palliard.

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper