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rémoulade

[ rey-muh-lahd; French rey-moo-lad ]
/ ˌreɪ məˈlɑd; French reɪ muˈlad /
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noun
a cold sauce made with mayonnaise and various condiments and herbs, as chopped pickles, capers, mustard, parsley, chervil, and tarragon.
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Also re·mo·lade [rey-muh-lahd] /ˌreɪ məˈlɑd/ .

Origin of rémoulade

First recorded in 1835–45; from French, originally dialect rémola, alteration of Latin armoracea “horseradish”; see -ade1
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British Dictionary definitions for rémoulade

rémoulade
/ (ˌrɛməˈleɪd, French remulad) /

noun
a mayonnaise sauce flavoured with herbs, mustard, and capers, served with salads, cold meat, etc

Word Origin for rémoulade

C19: from French, from Picard dialect ramolas horseradish, from Latin armoracea
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