The main serving or dish of a meal, usually cooked.(noun)
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Use "main course" in a sentence
"His bath lay along the stream in the midst of the fern tree forest, a by-water he had cut and dug out so that his body did not foul the main course of water—if a healthy body could, which he doubted."
"Worst of all, ariver of the thick black stuff came pouring down the main course of the Scar, a cascade that tumbled down the vertical riverbed, overwhelming the trickle of water that had been running down it."
"But the main course was penne in a heavy, delicious Gorgonzola sauce, and with cold white Sorsasso wine it was a satisfying meal of strong flavors, and the next day we thanked Piero and Carla for the recommendation."