Definition of "white truffle" []

  • A species of truffle, Tuber magnatum, most commonly from the Piedmont region of Italy. These truffles are lighter in color than black truffles and are similarly prized as culinary ingredients. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "white truffle" in a sentence
  • "He rocked the three-quarter trousers in his younger, daring years, but they always looked impractical and a little clammy, and now they've faded as a cultural relic of the early 21st century, like white truffle oil and Kelly Clarkson."