/ (ˈtæpənɑːd) /
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a savoury paste made from capers, olives, and anchovies, with olive oil and lemon juice
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Word Origin for tapenade
C20: French, from Provençal tapéo capers
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Example sentences from the Web for tapenade
Lulu also uses tapenade to stuff a boned leg of lamb and to accompany grilled fish and roasts.