An earthenware container for cooking and serving food.(noun)
Any of various dishes prepared or cooked in a terrine.(noun)
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Use "terrine" in a sentence
"A fancy terrine is not required-you can use a pyrex loaf pan, covered with foil, instead."
"Following years of idle knick-knackhood, the terrine is beginning its useful life."
"Every day a different pâté or terrine is offered, and the peppery duck pâté I tasted was a tour de force."