Definition of noisette in English:

noisette

Syllabification: noi·sette
Pronunciation: /nwäˈzet
 
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noun

  • 1A small round piece of lean meat, especially lamb.
    [French, diminutive of noix 'nut']
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    • I choose the grilled noisette of lamb with minted couscous and grilled capsicum.
    • It is an ideal wine to match with the delicate, sweeter notes of gently seared noisettes of lamb.
    • Karen, the Munster regional finalist, won out with her honeyed lamb noisettes, roast root vegetables and rosemary roast potatoes followed by sticky toffee pudding with caramel sauce.
  • 2A chocolate made with hazelnuts.
    [French, in the sense 'hazelnut']
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    • I had a noisette before we left for the party.

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