Definition of Bisques

1. Noun. (plural of bisque) ¹



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Definition of Bisques

1. bisque [n] - See also: bisque

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bisques

bisphenols
bisphosphatase
bisphosphatases
bisphosphate
bisphosphates
bisphosphine
bisphosphoglycerate mutase
bisphosphonate
bisphosphonates
bisphospoglycerate
bispinor
bispinors
bispinose
bispiraled
bisque
bisques
bisquinoline
bisquinolines
bisson
bist
bistabilities
bistability
bistable
bistables
bistate

Literary usage of Bisques

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1. Consolidated Library of Modern Cooking and Household Recipes by Christine Terhune Herrick (1904)
"Bisques This term is given to a class of soups which. in making become thicker than broths, by reason of the crumbs and minced meat which are added. ..."

2. Marion Harland's Complete Cook Book: A Practical and Exhaustive Manual of by Marion Harland (1906)
"Bisques THE name is applied to a class of soups thickened into closer consistency than broth by the addition of minced meat and crumbs. ..."

3. Tennis by John Moyer Heathcote, Edward Oliver Pleydell-Bouverie, Arthur Campbell Ainger (1890)
"One or more bisques may be given or received in augmentation of, ... It is generally admitted that two bisques are equivalent to half-fifteen for a bisque, ..."

4. Hand-book for the Kitchen and Housekeeper's Guide: Containing Household by Flora Neely (1910)
"... Bisques. BISQUE OF LOBSTER. Two quarts of veal broth ; cut up two boiled lobsters, lap aside the spawn; beat the fins and small claws in a mortar ..."

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