Definition of Parmesans

1. Noun. (plural of Parmesan) ¹



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Definition of Parmesans

1. parmesan [n] - See also: parmesan

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Parmesans

parlour grand
parlour grand piano
parlour skate
parlourmaid
parlourmaids
parlours
parlous
parlously
parly
parm
parma wallabies
parma wallaby
parmacetties
parmacetty
parmesans (current term)
parmigiana
parmigiano
parmo
parmos
parnauite
paroccipital
paroccipital process
parochial
parochial school

Literary usage of Parmesans

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1. History of Frederick the Second, Emperor of the Romans: From Chronicles and by Thomas Laurence Kington-Oliphant (1862)
"The downfall of Victoria was effected on a Tuesday; on the following Saturday Montelongo led forth the parmesans to Brescello, in hopes of destroying the ..."

2. Italy Under Victor Emmanuel: A Personal Narrative by Carlo Arrivabene (1862)
"... of civic Courage of the parmesans—Bad Consequences of a bad Government—Garibaldi and Fanti in Central Italy—Deplorable Antagonism— Garibaldi resigns the ..."

3. Selections from the First Nine Books of the Croniche Fiorentine of Giovanni by Giovanni Villani (1897)
"How the host of the Emperor Frederick was defeated by the parmesans, and by the Pope's legate. At this time the Emperor Frederick was laying siege to the ..."

4. Villani's Chronicle: Being Selections from the First Nine Books of the by Giovanni Villani (1906)
"How the host of the Emperor Frederick was defeated by the parmesans, and by the Pope's legate. ... parmesans ..."

5. The Duke and the Scholar: And Other Essays by Thomas Laurence Kington-Oliphant (1875)
"I said to him, ' Either be with the Emperor or join the parmesans, and do not halt between ... The former questioned me on what the parmesans were saying; ..."

6. The Empire and the Papacy, 918-1273 by Thomas Frederick Tout (1903)
"... could only blockade it on one side, and neither dearth of provisions nor the hideous cruelty of the Emperor moved the parmesans to think of surrender. ..."

7. The Monks of the West from St. Benedict to St. Bernard by Charles Forbes Montalembert, Francis Aidan Gasquet (1896)
"... to describe thus Henry's letter to the parmesans, written to justify the Pope's captivity, and showing contradictions and bad faith in every line. ..."

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