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tisane

[ ti-zan, -zahn; French tee-zan ]
/ tɪˈzæn, -ˈzɑn; French tiˈzan /
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noun, plural ti·sanes [ti-zanz, -zahnz; French tee-zan]. /tɪˈzænz, -ˈzɑnz; French tiˈzan/.
(italics)French. aromatic or herb-flavored tea.
Obsolete. a ptisan.
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Origin of tisane

Borrowed into English from French around 1930–35
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British Dictionary definitions for tisane

tisane
/ (tɪˈzæn) /

noun
an infusion of dried or fresh leaves or flowers, as camomile

Word Origin for tisane

C19: from French, from Latin ptisana barley water; see ptisan
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