Definition of Anisettes

1. anisette [n] - See also: anisette



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Anisettes

anisate
anise
anise cookie
anise hyssop
anise plant
anise tree
aniseed
aniseeds
aniseedy
aniseikonia
aniseikonias
aniseikonic
anises
anisette
anisette de Bordeaux
anisettes (current term)
anisic
anisic acid
anisic acids
anisidine
anisidines
anisindione
aniso-
anisoaccommodation
anisochromasia
anisochromatic
anisocoria
anisocytoses
anisocytosis

Literary usage of Anisettes

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1. The Island of Cuba by Alexander von Humboldt, John S. Thrasher (1856)
"... especially those located in towns; their favorite drinks are those compounds known as anisettes, and liquors of a similar kind." —Page 108. ..."

2. Opium and the Opium-appetite: With Notices of Alcoholic Beverages, Cannabis by Calkins, Alonzo (1871)
"Among the most modest in pretension, but not among the least nocuous in use are the "anisettes," of various brand. Of this entire class, Absinth ("Absinthe ..."

3. The Minnesota Horticulturist by Minnesota State Horticultural Society (1886)
"Take the anisettes, the Fameuse, the Golden White and others; they are good in quality. I never expected at first that we could get half a dozen, ..."

4. Bulletin de la Société chimique de France by Société chimique de France (1899)
"6° anisettes (id.) ; Ia kummel; curaçao de divers provenances. Comme pour les rhums, chaque essai a été fait isolément pi comparativement avec le type ..."

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