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charlotte 1

Line breaks: char|lotte
Pronunciation: /ˈʃɑːlət/

noun

A pudding made of stewed fruit with a casing or covering of bread, sponge cake, biscuits, or breadcrumbs.
Example sentences
  • I pretty much wanted everything on the catalog - I mean who could resist getting mini-molds for charlottes and brioches, and a really efficient zester, and beautiful knives, and new skillets, and a special zigzag knife to cut melons?
  • This makes the delicate Biscuit Rose de Reims the ideal dipping companion of a cup of Champagne, and the perfect biscuit to use in a charlotte, in place of the classic ladyfingers.
  • Place a scoop of the marzipan ice-cream next to the charlotte and drizzle some sauce around the dish.

Origin

French, from the female given name Charlotte.

Words that rhyme with charlotte

harlot

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Charlotte 2 Line breaks: Char|lotte
Pronunciation: /ˈʃɑːlət/

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