noun French Cookery.
Origin of potage
Examples from the Web for potage
According to custom, Josephine had divided the potage in two portions—one for Boursier and the other for the youngest child.She Stands Accused|Victor MacClure
But green herbs do rob the strength and vigor and Cream of the Potage.The Closet of Sir Kenelm Digby Knight Opened|Kenelm Digby
Away in subterranean regions an ear catches it, and a distant voice chants "Potage!"Nights in London|Thomas Burke
Chteaubriand excellent, Sole la Normande decent, but Potage la bisque too rich.
The spells were already in operation under the shape of "potage à la Marcus Hill."
British Dictionary definitions for potage
Word Origin for potage
Word Origin and History for potage
"thick soup," 1560s, from French potage "soup, broth" (see pottage, which is an earlier English borrowing of the same French word).