A cooking device equipped with a rotating spit on which meat or other food is roasted.(noun)
A shop or restaurant where meats are roasted to order.(noun)
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Use "rotisserie" in a sentence
"Warner should be a great pickup in rotisserie leagues, especially since he's facing a San Diego team that can be exploited in the air."
"Latin American rotisserie chicken is also becoming more popular, as young people in particular look for 'comfort food with a twist', that they also perceive to be healthy."
"The first I call the rotisserie metaphor: one doesn't just do poorly on an exam: he or she (in vaguely increasing degrees of heat) gets smoked, lit, torched, burned, toasted, fried, baked, roasted, or sizzled."