Definition of Ratafees
1. ratafee [n] - See also: ratafee
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Literary usage of Ratafees
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Extraordinary Nursery Rhymes and Tales: New Yet Old : Translated from the by Griffith and Farran (1876)
"Oh, I frightened a little mouse under her chair. Pussy cat mew, did she ask you to dine ? Yes, on ratafees, boiled mice, and gooseberry wine. ..."
2. Crumbs from the table of the Muses by Mary Eugenia Brown (1873)
"... Then Bath buns and Chelsea buns, queen cakes and whigs, Macaroons, ratafees, raisins, almonds, and figs, Also biscuits too numerous to mention in rhyme, ..."