Tamis is a French word that refers to a sieve, or strainer, which is made of a kind of woolen cloth. It is used to strain liquid mixtures, like sauces. It is also known as tammy cloth

Tamis is pronounced as "ta mee", "tam ee", "tam ihs"

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