Cheshire cheese

Cheshire cheese
noun Date: 1597 a cheese similar to cheddar made chiefly in Cheshire, England

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  • Cheshire cheese — cheese similar to cheddar cheese (produced mainly in Cheshire, England) …   English contemporary dictionary

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