noun, plural Ty·ro·li·ennes [ti-roh-lee-enz, tahy-; French tee-raw-lyen] /tɪˌroʊ liˈɛnz, taɪ-; French ti rɔˈlyɛn/.
Origin of Tyrolienne
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Unfortunately the first bars of the Tyrolienne brought Taglioni before my mind's eye, and who or what could stand the comparison?
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
Cover with sauce Tyrolienne and garnish with chopped hard-boiled eggs.The Hotel St. Francis Cook Book
Others began to play jokes, imitated the cries of animals, or attempted a tyrolienne.His Masterpiece