Definition of Doucines

1. doucine [n] - See also: doucine



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Doucines

douche bags
douche bath
douchebaggeries
douchebaggery
douchebags
douched
doucheness
douches
douchi
douchiness
douching
douchy
doucine
doucines (current term)
doucker
doucs
doudouk
doudouks
doufu
doufuhua
doufus
dough
dough-baked
dough-nut
doughball
doughbird
doughbirds

Literary usage of Doucines

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1. Revue de la Normandie edited by Gustave Gouellain, Jean Benoît Désiré Cochet (1867)
"Sous lo larmier, se développe la corniche formée de doucines, d'oves, de talons, etc., et dont les filets et les lignes sont ..."

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