A thick soup of Italian origin containing assorted vegetables, beans, pasta such as vermicelli or macaroni, and herbs in a meat or vegetable broth. (noun)
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Use "minestrone" in a sentence
"I’m currently eating the minestrone from the Daily Nosh cafe (inside 444 madison, b/w 49th & 50th)."
"My recipe below might be called minestrone, if it had pasta instead of potatoes, perhaps, or if it had beans other than black."
"Substantial soup such as minestrone, chowder, petite marmite or pot au feu; roast chicken or duck with stuffing and gravy; candied sweet potatoes; green peas; 2 rolls or bread; 1 square butter; raw fruit, honey-dew melon or 1/2 cantaloupe; coffee."