Fric"as*see` (?), n. [F. fricassée, fr. fricasser to fry, fricassee; cf. LL. fricare, perh. for frictare, fricare, frictum, to rub. Cf. Fry, Friction.]

A dish made of fowls, veal, or other meat of small animals cut into pieces, and stewed in a gravy.

 

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Fric"as*see`, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Fricasseed (?); p. pr. &. vb. n. Fricasseeing.]

To dress like a fricassee.

 

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