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quenelle (plural quenelles)
- A light dumpling made of lightly spiced minced meat or fish bound with egg and poached.
- An elliptical shape moulded by chefs from soft foods using two spoons.
- dumpling, quenelle (food)
- an obscene gesture of defiance made by holding one's upper arm with the other hand and holding the hand of the held arm outstretched and pointing at the ground; often held to have antisemitic or anti-system overtones
quenelle f (plural quenelles)