noun, plural ver·nis·sages [ver-nuh-sah-zhiz; French ver-nee-sazh] /ˌvɛr nəˈsɑ ʒɪz; French vɛr niˈsaʒ/.
- vernier compass,
- vernier engine,
- vernier rocket,
- vernier scale,
- vernis martin,
- vernix caseosa,
- vernon, edward,
Origin of vernissage
Examples from the Web for vernissage
By ten o'clock the night of the "Vernissage" all his acquaintances and intimates in Paris had brought him their felicitations.Fairfax and His Pride|Marie Van Vorst
We had not heard of his arrival until we ran across him at the Vernissage in the New Salon.Nights|Elizabeth Robins Pennell
Ledoyen's has attained a particular celebrity as the restaurant where every one lunches on the vernissage day of the Salon.The Gourmet's Guide to Europe|Algernon Bastard
The spring came at last, and with it vernissage at the Salon.
You can't imagine how impatient I was to get back in time for vernissage.