fromage

[fraw-mazh]
noun French.
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Main Entry:  fromage
Part of Speech:  n
Definition:  cheese
Etymology:  French
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fromage
French for "cheese," from Fr. fromage, from M.L. formaticum (cf. It. formaggio), from L. forma "shape, form, mold" (see form).
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Example sentences
So naturally they asked me to be on, knowing my propensity for fromage.
The other is the nuance and purity of truly fresh fromage.
Growth, mortality, and fecundity can be derived fromage data.
Sham inoculated pigs were given negative allantoic fluid fromage-matched eggs.
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