Definition of Poutine

1. Noun. A dish consisting of french fries topped with cheese curds and gravy, eaten primarily in Canada ¹



2. Noun. Any of a number of variations on the basic poutine dish. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Poutine

1. a dish of french fries and cheese curds topped with gravy [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Poutine

poustinia
poustinias
poustinik
pout
pouted
pouter
pouter pigeon
pouters
poutful
pouther
pouthered
pouthers
poutier
poutiest
poutily
poutine (current term)
poutines
pouting
poutingly
poutings
pouts
pouty
povert
poverties
poverty
poverty-stricken
poverty level
poverty line
poverty lines

Literary usage of Poutine

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1. Atlantic Canada by Benoit Prieur (2002)
"... (chicken stew), poutine rupee, as well as expertly prepared seafood. ' Tire-Bouchon $$.$$$ 0ld Presbytery •0743-5568 Acadian hospitality is at its best ..."

2. The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work of Reference on the by Charles George Herbermann (1913)
"(5) The poutine ... and now poutine Marshes. Formerly this tract was cultivated and healthy, only a little swamp existing near Terracina; and in the fifth ..."

3. A Dictionary Geographical, Statistical, and Historical of the Various by John Ramsay McCulloch, Frederick Martin (1866)
"... the modem town are the ruins of the palace of Galba, repaired and reoccupied by Theodoric, commanding a magnificent view of the poutine Marshes, ..."

4. A Dictionary, Geographical, Statistical, and Historical: Of the Various by John Ramsay McCulloch, Frederick Martin (1866)
"The air in the mountain districts is pure and salubrious; but the Campagna di Koma and the poutine Marshes are very unhealthy ; the latter especially are ..."

5. Days Near Rome by Augustus John Cuthbert Hare, Welbore St. Clair Baddeley (1907)
"(Whoever has not traversed the poutine marshes by the Via Appia ns far as Terracina, has the most erroneous idea of their nature, if he only thinks of ..."

6. A Text-book of the Practice of Medicine by James Meschter Anders (1915)
"When this is complete, one side of the face and the arm and leg of one side, generally the same, are all involved (see poutine Hemorrhage). ..."

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