potage


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po·tage

 (pō-täzh′)
n.
A thick, often creamy soup.

[French, from Old French; see pottage.]

potage

(pɔtaʒ; English pəʊˈtɑːʒ)
n
(Cookery) any thick soup
[C16: from Old French; see pottage]

po•tage

(poʊˈtɑʒ)

n.
a thick soup.
[< French; see pottage]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.potage - thick (often creamy) souppotage - thick (often creamy) soup    
soup - liquid food especially of meat or fish or vegetable stock often containing pieces of solid food
Translations

potage

n (Cook) → dicke Suppe (mit Rahm)
References in classic literature ?
A light potage, with a few grapes and bread, composed her dinner; even of these I observed that she laid aside nearly half for the succeeding day, doubts of her having the means of supporting her parent until the handkerchief was completed beginning to beset her mind.
salle a manger = dining room; salon = living room; potage = soup}
Philip sent the waiter for a bottle of Burgundy from the neighbouring tavern, and they had a potage aux herbes, a steak from the window aux pommes, and an omelette au kirsch.
Mouton aux navets," added the butler gravely (pronounce, if you please, moutongonavvy); "and the soup is potage de mouton a l'Ecossaise.
Ce repas se constitue idealement d'un potage pour s'hydrater, de fromage, de viandes et de feculents.
S" ENTIALS (A) REVERE (10) REVERSE (B) CRIES (20) CRISES (C) PARLEY ( 7) PARSLEY (D) BACKLASH (13) BACKSLASH (E) VERIFY ( 2) VERSIFY (F) DECENT ( 9) DESCENT (G) THIRTY (18) THIRSTY (H) DEPOT ( 4) DESPOT (I) INANE (17) INSANE (J) DESERT ( 6) DESSERT (K) INURE (11) INSURE (L) OUTER ( 1) OUSTER (M) SPARE ( 8) SPARSE (N) ROOTER (15) ROOSTER (0) MEALY (19) MEASLY (P) POTAGE ( 3) POSTAGE (Q) URINE (12) URSINE (R) RETRAIN (5) RESTRAIN (S) TENOR (16) TENSOR (T) COMIC (14) COSMIC
Beautifully presented meals on offer here include seared west coast scallops and shellfish potage, fillet of dry-aged beef, cauliflower, confit shallot, truffled mash with red wine, and dark chocolate fondant, malted milk ice cream and cookie crumble.
In The History of King Lear Edgar as Poor Tom asks, "Who gives anything to Poor Tom, whom the foul fiend hath led through fire and through ford and whirlypool, o'er bog and quagmire; that has laid knives under his pillow and halters in his pew, set ratsbane by his potage .
During filming I ate medieval potage in a transport cafe, played the part of a lovelorn prince next to a supermarket on the Old Kent Road, camped in the desert, shed a few tears and climbed high into the Alps.
Kawachi said that among the various flavors, cheese and corn potage umaibo are easy to engrave, while the "takoyaki" octopus-flavored ones are stiff and hard.
The chain has somehow covered its soup corn potage, a creamy soup snack, with a deep-fried crust with a creamy and soft center, the New York Post reported.