cuisinier

[ kwee-zee-nyey ]
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Mr. Bishop, it seems, had 'enjoyed the office of cuisinier at the Palace, and among some of our first nobility.'

It is no cuisinier at all, but a cuisinire, and I demand a recompense for her worthy both of her and of your majesty.

Because the Duke's cuisinier had been too clever; had made this excellent dish too captivating to the sight as well as taste.

Because the duke's "cuisinier" had been too clever; had made this excellent dish too captivating to the sight as well as taste.

The cook—both the cuisinier and the cuisinire—has already been dealt with in a special chapter.

RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR CUISINIER

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