Definition of Shalots

1. shalot [n] - See also: shalot



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Shalots

shallowing
shallowish
shallowly
shallowness
shallownesses
shallowpate
shallowpates
shallows
shallu
shalm
shalms
shalom
shalom aleichem
shaloms
shalot
shalots (current term)
shalt
shalwar
shalwar-kameez
shalwar kameez
shalwars
shaly
sham
sham-movement vertigo
sham Abram
sham feeding
sham marriage
sham marriages
sham rage
shama

Literary usage of Shalots

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1. The Art of French Cookery by Antoine B. Beauvilliers (1827)
"duced in a saucepan; minced parsley and shalots; boil the sauce; put in a large bit of excellent butter, and the juice of a large lemon; clean the roes, ..."

2. A Cyclopaedia of Practical Receipts: And Collateral Information in the Arts by Arnold James Cooley (1845)
"Stale strong beer 1 gallon ; anchovies 1 \ Ihs. ; peeled shalots l Ib.; ... Juice of walnut shells 30 gallons ; salt 1 bushel ; allspice and shalots, ..."

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