noun, plural sal·mis [sal-mee; French sal-mee] /ˈsæl mi; French salˈmi/.
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How gladly would you not exchange these souffls and salmis for a rump-steak and onions in the back-parlour of the Ducrow's Head!
We drove a couple of miles past reedy lagoons to Salmis, the port, and there got on board a coaster, which was waiting.Through Arctic Lapland|Cutcliffe Hyne
Who, indeed, in these degenerate days would hesitate between an ode and an omelette, a sonnet and a salmis?A Critic in Pall Mall|Oscar Wilde
Very often a duck is baked, especially to make a salmis with it.
This morning I had a salmis of rats—it was excellent—something between frog and rabbit.Diary of the Besieged Resident in Paris|Henry Labouchre