[ vi-nas ]
/ vɪˈnæs /
the residuum in a still after distillation; slop.
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Origin of vinasse
<French <Provençal vinassa<Latin vīnācea, feminine of vīnāceusvinaceous
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Example sentences from the Web for vinasse
The utilisation of the “vinasse” for this purpose was made known by Camille Vincent of Paris in 1878.Coal|Raphael Meldola
British Dictionary definitions for vinasse
/ (vɪˈnæs) /
the residue left in a still after distilling spirits, esp brandy
Word Origin for vinasse
C20: from French
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