Definition of Apricocks
1. apricock [n] - See also: apricock
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Apricocks
Literary usage of Apricocks
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Poets on Poets by Jane Maria Grant Strachey (1894)
"Of sweet discourse, whose powers Can crown old Winter's head with flowers. Upon Two Green apricocks sent to Cowley by Sir Crashaw. ..."
2. The Cooks and Confectioners Dictionary; Or, The Accomplish'd Housewifes ...by cook John Nott, John Nott by cook John Nott, John Nott (1723)
"STONE and pare your apricocks, and for every You may either cut the ... Ingredients: Or elfe you may boil the apricocks in White-wine, and put the Brandy to ..."
3. The Whole Art of Husbandry: Or, the Way of Managing and Improving of Land by John Mortimer (1716)
"I have known apricocks bear very well that were only ... Nectarines delight in the fame Soil as apricocks j^g^ and Peaches; ..."
4. A Book of Simples by Henry William Lewer (1908)
"TAKE apricocks when the ... and to every pound of apricocks a pound of fugar pare them very thin flit them ... while it is hot on the apricocks fo let them ..."
5. The Philosophical Works of the Honourable Robert Boyle Esq.: Abridged by Robert Boyle (1725)
"Plumbs and apricocks in common air. 578 162. Grapes in common air. ib. 163. ... apricocks and plumbs in common air. ib. 1 88. The fame in artificial air. ib ..."