A rich sauce of crushed garlic, egg yolks, lemon juice, and olive oil.(noun)
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Use "aioli" in a sentence
"Today, Buddha Dog has done away the term aioli, which means garlic mayonnaise but has become a misnomer for many flavoured varieties."
"Anyways, back to Rudy dressed in aioli, will that be your Profiled Luncher pic?"
"The people in the south of France tend to eat green asparagus and aioli is also generally eaten in the south of France where garlic is popular."