Wensleydale

[ wenz-lee-deyl ]
/ ˈwɛnz liˌdeɪl /

noun

a rich, medium-hard, white cheese with blue veins, somewhat strong in flavor.

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Also called Wensleydale cheese .

Origin of Wensleydale

First recorded in 1880–85; after Wensleydale, Yorkshire, England, where it is made

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British Dictionary definitions for Wensleydale

wensleydale
/ (ˈwɛnzlɪˌdeɪl) /

noun

a type of white cheese with a flaky texture
a breed of sheep with long woolly fleece

Word Origin for wensleydale

named after Wensleydale, North Yorkshire
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