Definition of Roquettes

1. roquette [n] - See also: roquette



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Roquettes

ropishness
ropivacaine
ropy
roque
roquelaire
roquelaires
roquelaure
roquelaures
roques
roquesite
roquet
roqueted
roqueting
roquets
roquette
roquettes
roquin
roral
roration
rore
rores
roric
rorid
roridula
rorie
rorier
roriest
roriferous
rorifluent
rorisite

Literary usage of Roquettes

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1. France, Historic and Romantic by Joel Cook (1904)
"The smallest and finest amphitheatre, the Roquettes, is an oval about sixteen hundred by six hundred feet, and its walls rise nearly four hundred feet. ..."

2. Laws of the United States of a Local Or Temporary Character: And Exhibiting by United States (1880)
"... o£ survey other written evidences of claims, derived from the Spanish authorities, roquettes, ..."

3. Cassell's History of the War Between France and Germany, 1870-1871 by Edmund Ollier (1895)
"It is all over with the Commune ; they are going to burn both the Greater and the Lesser Roquettes.' " The design was ' fortunately not carried out ..."

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