Definition of Amaretti

1. macaroons made with bitter almonds [n]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Amaretti

amapakatis
amara
amaracus
amarant
amarantaceous
amaranth
amaranth family
amaranth solution
amaranthine
amaranths
amaranthum
amarantite
amarants
amarelle
amarelles
amaretti (current term)
amaretto
amaretto sour
amarettos
amarillite
amarine
amaritude
amaritudes
amarna
amaro
amaroid
amaroidal
amarone
amarones
amarum

Literary usage of Amaretti

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1. Italian Recipes for Food Reformers. by Maria Gironci (1905)
"amaretti. 6 ounces sweet almonds. 2 ounces bitter almonds. 5 eggs (whites). 2 ounces flour. 4 ounces sugar. Scald and remove the skin from six ounces of ..."

2. Lombard Towns in Italy; Or, The Cities of Ancient Lombardy by Egerton Ryerson Williams (1914)
"amaretti! amaretti!"—rose the repeated call, uninterrupted by the passengers who bought eagerly from the train windows. The goods were gingerbread cakes, ..."

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