[French ra-vee-gawt] /French ra viˈgɔt/
a highly seasoned velouté with white wine and vinegar, butter, cream, and mushrooms cooked in liquor, usually served hot with variety meats and poultry.
a sauce of oil, vinegar, chopped capers, parsley, chervil, tarragon, and onion, served cold with vegetables or seafood or warm with meat.
[rav-in] /ˈræv ɪn/ verb (used with or without object), noun 1. 2 . /ˈrævɪn/ verb 1. an archaic spelling of raven2
[ruh-veen] /rəˈvin/ noun 1. a narrow steep-sided valley commonly eroded by running water. /rəˈviːn/ noun 1. a deep narrow steep-sided valley, esp one formed by the action of running water n. 1760, “deep gorge,” from French ravin “a gully” (1680s, from Old French raviner “to pillage, sweep down, cascade”), and from French ravine “violent rush […]
[ruh-veend] /rəˈvind/ adjective 1. marked or furrowed with . [rav-in] /ˈræv ɪn/ verb (used with or without object), noun 1. 2 . /ˈrævɪn/ verb 1. an archaic spelling of raven2
[rey-ving] /ˈreɪ vɪŋ/ adjective 1. talking wildly; delirious; frenzied: a raving maniac. 2. Informal. extraordinary or remarkable: a raving beauty. adverb 3. furiously or wildly: a remark that made me raving mad. noun 4. Usually, ravings. [reyv] /reɪv/ verb (used without object), raved, raving. 1. to talk wildly, as in delirium. 2. to talk or […]