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Cha·blis(shă-blē′, shä-, shăb′lē)
1. A very dry white Burgundy wine originally from east-central France.
2. A blended white table wine of California.
[After Chablis, a village of north-central France.]
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Chablis(ˈʃæblɪ; French ʃabli)
(Brewing) (sometimes not capitals) a dry white burgundy wine made around Chablis, in central France
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Cha•blis(ʃæˈbli, ʃə-, ʃɑ-, ˈʃæb li)
1. a dry white wine from the Burgundy region of France.
2. a similar wine produced elsewhere.
[1660–70; after Chablis, a town in the region]
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|Noun||1.||Chablis - a town in north central France noted for white Burgundy wines|
|2.||Chablis - dry white table wine of Chablis, France or a wine resembling it|
white wine - pale yellowish wine made from white grapes or red grapes with skins removed before fermentation
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