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veronique Syllabification: ve·ron·ique
Pronunciation: /ˌverəˈnēk/ /ˌvārô-/

Definition of veronique in English:

adjective

[postpositive]
Denoting a dish, typically of fish or chicken, prepared or garnished with grapes.

Origin

From the French given name Véronique.

Words that rhyme with veronique

antique, batik, beak, bespeak, bezique, bleak, boutique, cacique, caïque, cheek, chic, clique, creak, creek, critique, Dominique, eke, freak, geek, Greek, hide-and-seek, keek, Lalique, leak, leek, Martinique, meek, midweek, Mozambique, Mustique, mystique, oblique, opéra comique, ortanique, peak, Peake, peek, physique, pique, pratique, reek, seek, shriek, Sikh, sleek, sneak, speak, Speke, squeak, streak, teak, technique, tongue-in-cheek, tweak, unique, weak, week, wreak

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