brie brie  /b ˈri/


  • (n) soft creamy white cheese; milder than Camembert


  1. After a recent rescue, she offered him some white wine and brie.
  2. The goal, however, is not to go from simple carbohydrates to bacon and brie.
  3. They know Swiss, cheddar, goat cheese, blue cheese, brie and that's about it.


  1. Diva Digest No. 17

    Taryn Terrell and Gail Kim tear the house down and steal the show at Slammiversary. Stephanie McMahon returns. AJ walks out on Nikki and Brie Bella on Raw. Mickie James is on her way to a heel turn. It has been an eventful week for the women of WWE and TNA, and I have all of the week's highlights and the Fave Five countdown waiting inside. This is Diva Debate No. 17! Begin Slideshow
    on June 9, 2013     Source: Bleacher Report

  2. Hutchinson High School Honors

    Honor rolls for the third trimester. Principal's Honor Roll: Seniors: Catto-Brie Aikens, Nicholas Ba ...
    on June 9, 2013     Source: Hutchinson News

  3. Sports: Tennis instructor Brie Ernst pays it forwardPublished June 8, 2013

    WILTON — Brie Ernst may only be 21 years of age, but she has lived long enough to experience the impact caring teachers can have in the lives of children.
    on June 8, 2013     Source: The Saratogian

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  1. Worst diss recirculated the week of the big game: "UVA football is the softest bunch of creampuff, bowtie-wearing, Brie cheese-eating, ascot-wearing wussies I've ever seen," said ESPN radio host Colin Cowherd in July 2006. "There's not a...
    on Nov 29, 2007 By: Colin Cowherd Source: The Hook

  2. "For a long time, the image of an environmentalist in California was a stereotypical, brie-eating, chardonnay-sipping, Volvo-driving Marin County-ite," Nunez said at a speech at the Los Angeles gathering. "But there were other issues that...
    on Oct 15, 2006 By: Fabian Nunez Source: San Diego Union Tribune

  3. Oddest Red Carpet Joke: "Brie cheese is alright. It's that limburger cheese that messes you up," said actor Terrence Howard, talking with Seacrest about the smell of feet.
    on Feb 11, 2007 By: Terrence Howard Source: Detroit Free Press

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