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A rich, semisoft, cow's milk cheese with a blue-green mold and a wrinkled rind.
[After Stilton, a village of east-central England.]
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(Cookery) trademark either of two rich cheeses made from whole milk, blue-veined (blue Stilton) or white (white Stilton), both very strong in flavour
[C18: named after Stilton, Cambridgeshire, where it was originally sold]
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Trademark. a rich white cheese, veined with mold: made principally in England. Also called Stil′ton cheese′.
[after Stilton, a town in Huntingdonshire, where it was first sold]
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n → Stilton m
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