Definition of Salade

1. Noun. A light medieval helmet with a slit for vision.

Exact synonyms: Sallet
Generic synonyms: Helmet



Definition of Salade

1. n. A helmet. See Sallet.

Definition of Salade

1. a light helmet [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Salade

salad dodger
salad dodgers
salad dressing
salad dressings
salad fork
salad green
salad greens
salad nicoise
salad oil
salad oils
salad plate
salad year
salad years
saladang
saladangs
salade (current term)
salades
salading
saladings
saladless
saladlike
salads
salady
salaeratus
salagane
salaganes
salah
salai
salak
salak palm

Literary usage of Salade

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1. The Archaeological Journal by British Archaeological Association (1880)
"The thanks of the readers of the Archaeological Journal are due to the Baron de Cosson for his kindness in lending for illustration the salade in question, ..."

2. The Steward's Handbook and Guide to Party Catering by Jessup Whitehead (1903)
"salade DE CHOUX ROUGES A LA RISSE —Russian red cabbage salad with sauce of sour ... salade A LA RUSSE—Cooked salad of carrots, parsnips and beets in shapes, ..."

3. The American Pastry Cook: A Book of Perfected Receipts for Making All Sorts by Jessup Whitehead (1894)
"salade de homards en coquille. Lobster salad with plover's eggs. ... salade de filets de soles, a la Parisienne. salade de tan mon, a la Russe. ..."

4. Glossary of Terms and Phrases by Henry Percy Smith (1883)
"Saladier. Crescent-shaped plate for salad [It. salata]. salade. ... [Fr. salade, from It. salata, or insalata, salted.} Herbs for salad. Sallyport. ..."

5. The Antiquary by Edward Walford, John Charles Cox, George Latimer Apperson (1883)
"... or chin-piece, attached to the salade, and the palettes which protected the armpits, the shoulder ridge fastened to the pauldrons, and the articulated ..."

6. A New System of Domestic Cookery: Formed Upon Principles of Economy and by Maria Eliza Ketelby Rundell (1824)
"salade de Perdreaux.—Partridges in salad. Bone two partridges, and put into them a few sliced truffles. Put them into a small casserole, with slices of lean ..."

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