Alright, so here’s Thursday’s Word with yet another entry. This time I have a different source for this more involved word. While it is still fairly obscure, it does have some interesting uses. Hope this helps! 🙂
Definition: “A light, sweet yeast bread typically in the form of a small, round roll” (New Oxford American Dictionary)
Backstory: Well, so far my bias for vocabulary.com does not seem to be showing, since this word came from another source entirely. XP I got brioche from a Hercule Poirot book by Agatha Christie that I’m currently reading. Trust me, older books are a great place to learn new words.
Now, I don’t know exactly how often I will have a character eating a brioche, but when I do, I’ve been equipped with the word to use. XD