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[mass noun] A soft white French cheese, originally made in Neufchâtel-en-Bray, in Normandy.
- ‘I have always wanted to try Neufchâtel cheese.’
- ‘This heart-shaped cheese is closely related to the Neufchâtel family, with its own slightly pronounced salting characteristics.’
- ‘Pieces of mature, blooming Neufchâtel are added to the curd.’
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