/ (French vaʃrɛ̃) /
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a soft French or Swiss cheese made from cows' milk
a dessert consisting of a meringue shell filled with whipped cream, ice cream, fruit, etc
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“Was” is used for the indicative past tense of “to be,” and “were” is only used for the subjunctive past tense.
Word Origin for Vacherin
from French vache cow, from Latin vacca
Words nearby Vacherin
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Example sentences from the Web for Vacherin
Vacherin à la Main: This is a curiosity in cheeses, resembling a cold, uncooked Fondue.
I Vacherin comes much closer to our conception of the dish Fondue, which we spell with an "e."