brut brut  /b ˈrut/

Definition(s):

  • (adj) (of champagne) extremely dry

Usage(s):

  1. Most art brut bears a primordial stamp, but Samant's is sophisticated; his indecipherable scribbles speak to man deeper than the syntax of known language.
  2. But despite its stony visage, this winery, designed by Swiss architecture firm Herzog De Meuron, is less brutal than brut-worthy and sits well in the Napa landscape.
  3. The only surprise that evening was supperfreshly killed gazelle, plus a vintage Bordeaux and chilled Mercier 1962 brut.

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  1. "One reason Champagne pairs with seafood is that it's so versatile," Allen said. "A typical brut Champagne can be light enough to compliment a delicately poached fish but also cut through the brininess of oysters or the fattiness of wild...
    on Dec 25, 2007 By: Ted Allen Source: Arizona Republic

  2. Missouri head coach Gary Pinkel said, "We're very excited to be a part of the Brut Sun Bowl. This game has a long-standing tradition of providing a great experience for the teams and I can attest to that from personal experience since I've had a"
    on Dec 3, 2006 By: Gary Pinkel Source: El Paso Times

  3. "I tend to lean towards the more Miles Davis, 'Let's just put it down' kind of vibe," says Black Francis. "As opposed to the Fleetwood Mac, Steely Dan, factory approach -- which is also legitimate -- but Art Brut seem to really thrive in this...
    on Dec 16, 2008 By: Frank Black Source: Spinner

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