(of food) prepared or served with potatoes: potage Parmentier.
- Also Par·men·tière [pahr-men-tyair; French par-mahn-tyer]. /ˌpɑr mɛnˈtyɛər; French par mɑ̃ˈtyɛr/.
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How to use Parmentier in a sentence
This variety is generally attributed to M. Parmentier, Enghien, Bel.The Pears of New York | U. P. Hedrick
M. Florian-Parmentier does not admire this movement or its prophet, Jules Romains.Unicorns | James Huneker
"Some of our folk in Rochelle are of that way of thinking," agreed Captain Parmentier dryly.Days of the Discoverers | L. Lamprey
He accompanied me to the nursery garden of M. Parmentier, which is situated in the town of Enghien.
Andrew Parmentier introduced it from his nursery at Brooklyn under this name about 1800.The Pears of New York | U. P. Hedrick
British Dictionary definitions for Parmentier
(of soups, etc) containing or garnished with potatoes
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