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me·ringue / məˈrang/ • n. an item of sweet food made from a mixture of well-beaten egg whites and sugar, baked until crisp and typically used as a topping for desserts, esp. pies. Individual meringues are often filled with fruit or whipped cream.

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meringue Confection made from whisked egg‐white and sugar, baked slowly in a cool oven; flavouring may be added, and the meringues may be filled with cream, ice cream, or fruit.

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meringue

meringue XVIII. — F., of unkn. orig.

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meringue

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