Definition of brut in English:

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brut

Pronunciation: /bro͞ot/

adjective

(Of sparkling wine) unsweetened; very dry.
Example sentences
  • The bartender offered to let me try the second sparkler on the menu - the Domaine de la Fontainerie, brut, '01, Vouvray at $9.
  • Although labelled extra brut (extra dry), it drinks more like a medium-dry.
  • Ayala produces a brut, demi-sec, rosé, vintage, blanc de blancs vintage and the prestige cuvee perle.

Origin

Late 19th century: French, literally 'raw, rough'.

Words that rhyme with brut

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Syllabification: brut

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