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bisque1 / bisk/ • n. a rich, creamy soup typically made with shellfish, esp. lobster. bisque2 • n. an extra turn, point, or stroke allowed to a weaker player in croquet or court tennis. bisque3 • n. 1. fired unglazed pottery: using bisque for doll heads [as adj.] bisque figurines. 2. a light brown color: shades of bisque and taupe. • adj. light brown in color.

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bisque rich (esp. crayfish) soup. XVII. — F. bisque, of unkn. orig.

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bisque Thick rich soup made from fish or shellfish.

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bisque

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