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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - A very thick center cut of beef tenderloin; French statesman and writer..

Usage examples (35)
  • Because of its thickness, cooking châteaubriand requires care, to avoid overcooking the outside while leaving the center raw
  • Is a "chateaubriand" the owner of a chateau, a kind of torch, or a large thick fillet steak?
  • Their chateaubriand is memorable.
  • It deserves a most stately entrée, such as chateaubriand. for more
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