Caviar (noun)

A luxury food made from the eggs of sturgeon, prized for its delicate flavor and texture.

Origin:

From the russian word 'кавиарь' meaning roe or fish eggs, the term has been used to describe the delicacy made from sturgeon roe since the 16th century.

Examples:

  1. Caviar was served as a delicacy at the fancy gala, accompanied by champagne and crackers.
  2. Caviar was a staple of Russian cuisine, enjoyed by the wealthy and the powerful for centuries.
  3. Caviar was considered a status symbol, showcasing one's wealth and sophistication.
  4. Caviar was a unique and luxurious experience, with its unique flavor and texture unlike any other food.
  5. Caviar was a rare and expensive delicacy, with only a limited supply harvested from sturgeon each year.
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