noun (plural amuse-bouches or same)
Another term for amuse-gueule.
- Nothing beats a start to the evening like an amuse-bouche designed to tantalise his senses, leaving him wanting more.
- There was a tasty house amuse-bouche of white lentil potato fritter.
- Every meal begins with an amuse-bouche presented on a little white tray.
French, literally 'amuse mouth'.
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