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garnish
used in The Magic Mountain

2 uses
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Definition
to decorate or adorn something (most typically food with another food); or the item added for decoration
  • Dinner included a chaudfroid of chicken, garnished with shrimps and halved cherries; ices with pastries in little baskets of spun sugar; even fresh pineapple.
    4.5 - Hippe (12% in)
  • One must eat, eat properly, in order to give life's demands their due, he informed them, and then ordered refreshments for everyone: a selection of meats and cold cuts, tongue, goose breast, and roast beef, sausages and ham—plates piled with delicacies and garnished with little balls of butter, radishes, and parsley until they resembled showy flowerbeds.
    7.3 - Vingt et un (40% in)

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