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Cornish pasty Line breaks: Corn|ish pasty
Pronunciation: /kɔːnɪʃˈpasti/

Definition of Cornish pasty in English:

noun

British
A pasty containing seasoned meat and vegetables, especially potato.
Example sentences
  • The colonial influence, of course, remains; there are still Cornish pasties, meat pies and steamed puddings.
  • As well a brasserie and café there were also stalls selling noodles, pizza and of course Cornish pasties.
  • The Minack's magical, open-air auditorium carved out of the cliff has a great café. Eat a Cornish cream tea, baguettes with Yarg cheese or Cornish pasties overlooking the green bay.

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