Definition of Boutades

1. boutade [n] - See also: boutade



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Boutades

bouses
bousier
bousiest
bousing
bousouki
bousoukia
bousoukis
boussingaultite
boustrophedon
boustrophedonic
boustrophedons
boustrophic
bousy
bout
boutade
boutades (current term)
boutefeu
boutefeus
boutfit
boutique
boutiquelike
boutiques
boutiquey
bouton
bouton de Bagdad
bouton de Biskra
boutonne
boutonneuse
boutonneuse fever
boutonniere

Literary usage of Boutades

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1. History of Ancient Art by Franz von Reber, Joseph Thacher Clarke (1902)
"... boutades is connected with the introduction of this branch of art; it appears to have been in the middle of the seventh century BC that he ornamented ..."

2. The Elder Pliny's Chapters on the History of Art by Pliny, Eugénie Sellers Strong, K. Jex-Blake, Heinrich Ludwig Urlichs (1896)
"Since the time of boutades artists who worked in clay have been called modellers. ... The said boutades boutades discovered how to take casts from statues, ..."

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