Definition of Dubonnet in English:

Dubonnet

Line breaks: Du|bon¦net
Pronunciation: /d(j)uːˈbɒneɪ
 
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noun

[mass noun] trademark
A type of sweet red vermouth made in France: [count noun]: Noel plumped for a Dubonnet
More example sentences
  • His frothy poster girls, rendered with a rapid, flamelike line, entice with the pleasures of the latest novel or glass of Dubonnet.
  • A typical day in her life involves Earl Grey tea at 8am, a gin and Dubonnet before lunch, racing on TV in the afternoon and writing her diary in pencil before bed.
  • Christmas lunch is over, the Queen's on the telly and great-grandma's in the corner sipping gin and Dubonnet.

Origin

from the name of a family of French wine merchants.

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