Definition of noisette in English:

noisette

Line breaks: nois|ette
Pronunciation: /nwʌˈzɛt
 
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noun

1A small round piece of meat, especially lamb.
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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.
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  • I had a noisette before we left for the party.

Origin

French, diminutive of noix 'nut'.

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