Definition of Quasses

1. Noun. (plural of quass) ¹

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Definition of Quasses

1. quass [n] - See also: quass

Quasses Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Quasses

quasistationary
quasisymmetries
quasithermodynamic
quasitoric
quasitriangular
quasitubular
quasivacua
quasivacuum
quasivarieties
quasivariety
quasje
quasquicentennial
quat
quata
quatas
quatch
quatched
quatches
quatching

Literary usage of Quasses

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1. Notes and Queries by Martim de Albuquerque (1854)
"Novis AND Quasses” is also issued in Monthly Parts, for I convenience oft/wee ‘e'ho misy either have a ..."

2. History of North Brookfield, Massachusetts: Preceded by an Account of Old by Josiah Howard Temple, Charles Adams (1887)
"... quasses house, \v< h I expected w'hin 2 dayes, but he came not till the 3d day: then we had a private conference & I ordered my speech thus to him, ..."

3. The Magazine of History with Notes and Queries (1917)
"Mus- quasses,* Hares and Coneys, Squirrels of five kinds, the flying Squirrel, whose delicate Skin is commended for comforting if applied to a cold Stomack, ..."

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