A young hen that has been spayed for fattening.(noun)
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Use "poulard" in a sentence
"Supplied by Hugo Denoyer, aka the "butcher of the stars" ( "stars" refers to Michelin-starred restaurants and also to Paris celebrities), a poulard is a young hen that has been spayed."
"In particular, a type of chicken known as poulard -- young hens that have been"
"Here he thought he might safely indulge himself with a comfortable meal; accordingly he bespoke a poulard for dinner, and while that was preparing, went forth to view the city and harbour."