Definition of Croissants

1. Noun. (plural of croissant) ¹



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Definition of Croissants

1. croissant [n] - See also: croissant

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Croissants

crog
crogged
crogging
crogs
crohn's colitis
crohn's enteris
crohn's enterocolitis
crohn's ileocolitis
crohn disease
crohn disease: extraintestinal manifestations
crohn disease: phases
crohn disease: sites
crohn disease vs ulcerative colitis
croissant
croissantlike
croissants (current term)
croisé
croisés
crojik
crojiks
crokers
crokinole
cromack
cromacks
cromakalim
cromb
crombed
crombing
crombs
crome

Literary usage of Croissants

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1. Breakfast and Lunch Dishes by S. Beaty-Pownall (1904)
"As soon as the cakes begin to blister, turn them. When ready they should be covered with large brown blisters and be almost transparent. croissants. ..."

2. Montreal by Ulysses Travel Guides Staff (2004)
"Monkland •0482-3030 Patisserie de Nancy is prized by neighbourhood residents who love good, warm, buttery croissants on Saturday and Sunday mornings. ..."

3. Observations on the placenta of the rabbit by Walter Chipman (1902)
"These "croissants" come to be composed of many layers of cells. ... These "croissants" so formed, constitute the "ectodermal laminae," the ..."

4. Bread, Cakes, and Biscuits by S. Beaty-Pownall (1906)
"croissants.—These French rolls are simply made with French, milk, or Vienna dough; ... After cutting out these croissants, gather up the trimmings of dough, ..."

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