fish mousse
a mousse made with fish

Dictionary of ichthyology. 2009.

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  • fish mousse — noun mousse made with fish • Hypernyms: ↑mousse …   Useful english dictionary

  • fish-mousse — a mousse made with fish …   Dictionary of ichthyology

  • mousse — [mo͞os] n. [Fr, foam, prob. < L mulsa, kind of mead < mulsus, mixed with honey < mel, honey: see MILDEW] 1. any of various light chilled or frozen foods made with egg white, gelatin, whipped cream, etc., combined with fruit or flavoring… …   English World dictionary

  • mousse — /moohs/, n. 1. Cookery. a. a sweetened dessert with whipped cream as a base, often stabilized with gelatin and chilled in a mold: chocolate mousse. b. an aspic, unsweetened and containing meat, vegetables, or fish: salmon mousse. 2. a foamy… …   Universalium

  • mousse — [[t]mus[/t]] n. v. moussed, mouss•ing. n. 1) coo a) a sweetened dessert, usu. made with whipped cream and gelatin or beaten egg whites b) coo an unsweetened aspic containing fish, vegetables, meat, etc 2) clo a foamy preparation used to set or… …   From formal English to slang

  • mousse — muːs n. dessert made with whipped cream and other ingredients; dish made with pureed meat or fish and whipped cream; foamy cosmetic preparation for hair …   English contemporary dictionary

  • mousse —    (mooss) [French: foam; froth] A rich dessert, frozen or served very cold, based on whipped cream or beaten eggs, or both; a molded, soufflé like dish of pureed fish, meat, or vegetables. A frothy preparation used to hold the hair in place …   Dictionary of foreign words and phrases

  • mousse — n. 1 a a dessert of whipped cream, eggs, etc., usu. flavoured with fruit or chocolate. b a meat or fish pureacutee made with whipped cream etc. 2 a preparation applied to the hair enabling it to be styled more easily. Etymology: F, = moss, froth …   Useful english dictionary

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