noun, plural Ty·ro·li·ennes [ti-roh-lee-enz, tahy-; French tee-raw-lyen] /tɪˌroʊ liˈɛnz, taɪ-; French ti rɔˈlyɛn/.
Origin of Tyrolienne
Examples from the Web for tyrolienne
Cover with sauce Tyrolienne and garnish with chopped hard-boiled eggs.The Hotel St. Francis Cook Book|Victor Hirtzler
Scoop out the centres of the artichokes and fill with mayonnaise, or with ravigote, tartare or tyrolienne sauce.Salads, Sandwiches and Chafing-Dish Dainties|Janet McKenzie Hill
Others began to play jokes, imitated the cries of animals, or attempted a tyrolienne.His Masterpiece|Emile Zola
Unfortunately the first bars of the Tyrolienne brought Taglioni before my mind's eye, and who or what could stand the comparison?