Definition of Barquettes

1. barquette [n] - See also: barquette



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Barquettes

barouchette
barouchettes
barp
barpeople
barperson
barpersons
barpost
barposts
barps
barque
barquentine
barquentines
barques
barquette
barquette mould
barquettes (current term)
barquillite
barra
barra boy
barra boys
barrable
barracan
barracans
barrace
barraces
barrack
barracked
barracker
barrackers
barracking

Literary usage of Barquettes

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1. The History of Paris from the Earliest Period to the Present Day: Containing (1825)
"In 1821, there arrived at Paris by the Seine 6048 boats of every kind; viz. from the Upper Seine, 460 barquettes, 17 fishing-smacks, 505 barges, ..."

2. An Inland Voyage, and Travels with a Donkey by Robert Louis Stevenson, James Cloyd Bowman (1918)
"... children cried out in ecstasy at sight of the two "boaties" — barquettes; and bloused pedestrians, who were acquainted with our charioteer, ..."

3. Recollections of a Literary Man by Alphonse Daudet, Laura Ensor (1892)
"And it was certainly either you, or one of your pupils whom I carried off to drink carthagene and eat barquettes at the " Produce of the South," in the ..."

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