Definition of Compots

1. compot [n] - See also: compot



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Compots

composting
compostlike
composts
composture
compostures
composty
composure
composures
compot
compotation
compotations
compotator
compotators
compote
compotes
compots (current term)
compound
compound-sentence
compound-symbol
compound 48-80
compound aneurysm
compound articulation
compound attack
compound bone fracture
compound bow
compound bows
compound caries
compound character
compound curve
compound cyst

Literary usage of Compots

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1. Shipping Board Operations (1920)
"2 fruit compots, 1 poor condition. 4 cake dishes. 9 fruit compote. 17 oyster forks. ... 27 fruit compots. 2 ice cream knives. 117 dessert forks. ..."

2. The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science (1892)
"(g) Sugar-Coated and Preserved Fruits (marmalade, compots, jellies).—A considerable amount of invert sugar and ..."

3. Medical Gynecology by Samuel Wyllis Bandler (1908)
"Fruit jellies, honey, compots, and fruits have a good effect on constipation. In obstinate constipation the grosser forms of vegetables may be given. ..."

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