Au lait



prepared or served with milk.
Historical Examples

Caf au lait came in next morning at 7.30, and was distributed by Pierre, the orderly, a most willing and really excellent fellow.
Wounded and a Prisoner of War Malcolm V. (Malcolm Vivian) Hay

adjective
prepared or served with milk
adjective

French for served with milk
Examples

Café au lait is sometimes called white coffee.
Usage Note

cooking

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