Definition of Gaufres

1. gaufre [n] - See also: gaufre



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gaufres

gaudinesses
gauding
gaudish
gauds
gaudy
gaue
gaufer
gaufers
gauffer
gauffered
gauffering
gauffers
gauffre
gauffres
gaufre
gaufres (current term)
gauge
gauge block
gauge blocks
gauge boson
gauge bosons
gauge pressure
gaugeable
gauged
gauger
gaugers
gaugership
gaugerships
gauges
gauging

Literary usage of Gaufres

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1. The American Pastry Cook: A Book of Perfected Receipts for Making All Sorts by Jessup Whitehead (1894)
"Flemish gaufres are our waffles, but made so rich that they are H-cd as a pastry ... Flemish Waffles, or gaufres. Very rich and delicate when directions are ..."

2. The Chicago Herald Cooking School: A Professional Cook's Book for Household ...by Jessup Whitehead by Jessup Whitehead (1883)
"Almond gaufres and some others area kind of candy cakes, thin and crisp. Flemish gaufres are our waffles, but made so rich that they are used as a pastry ..."

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