There can't be any need to comment on this word, can there?
I mean, rissole. It's all hissing disgust. No wonder we now tend to call them croquettes, instead.
But tell me: does a rissole by another name taste quite as much of glue and sawdust?
Word Not To Use Today: rissole. This word is French, and probably originally from the Latin russus, which means red.
Not that I've ever seen a red rissole, but there you go.