aperitive


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a·per·i·tive

(ă-per'i-tiv),
Stimulating the appetite.
[Fr. apéritif, from L. aperio, to open]

aperitive

[əper′itiv]
Etymology: L, aperere, to open
a stimulant of the appetite. Also called aperitif.

a·per·i·tive

(ă-per'i-tiv)
Stimulating the appetite.
[Fr. apéritif, from L. aperio, to open]

a·per·i·tive

(ă-per'i-tiv)
Stimulating the appetite.
[Fr. apéritif, from L. aperio, to open]
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The Schneider Weisse bursts into action with an assiette aperitive of tuna, eel jelly and seaweed.