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salmis

[sal-mee; French sal-mee] /ˈsæl mi; French salˈmi/
noun, plural salmis
[sal-mee; French sal-mee] /ˈsæl mi; French salˈmi/ (Show IPA)
1.

salmi

[sal-mee] /ˈsæl mi/
noun
1.
a ragout of partially cooked game, as pheasant or woodcock, stewed in wine and butter.
Also, salmis.
Origin
1750-1760
1750-60; < French, short for salmigondis salamagundi
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British Dictionary definitions for salmis

salmi

/ˈsælmɪ/
noun (pl) -mis (-mɪ)
1.
a ragout of game stewed in a rich brown sauce
Word Origin
C18: from French, shortened form of salmigondissalmagundi
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