Definition of Berceuses

1. Noun. (plural of berceuse) ¹



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Definition of Berceuses

1. berceuse [n] - See also: berceuse

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Berceuses

berberin
berberine
berberines
berberins
berberis
berberises
berberries
berberry
berborite
berborites
bercaries
bercary
berceau
berceaux
berceuse
berceuses (current term)
berdache
berdaches
berdash
berdashes
berdesinskiite
bere
bereave
bereaved
bereavement
bereavements
bereaven
bereaver
bereavers
bereaves

Literary usage of Berceuses

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1. A general, medical, and statistical history of the present condition of by David Johnston (1829)
"When duly registered, the infants are removed to the creche,* where they are attended by Sisters of Charity, and by a certain number of berceuses: the ..."

2. Special Reports on Educational Subjects by Great Britain Board of Education (1907)
"She chooses the berceuses, pays them, arranges their work, and trains them ... The other berceuses come at 6 am when the cleaning of the creche begins and ..."

3. The Contemporary Review (1892)
"Thèse rondes have a strong family likeness with the berceuses, which follow them. From the children's rondes, a study in themselves, such as »SV/- /(• pont ..."

4. Six French Poets: Studies in Contemporary Literature by Amy Lowell (1915)
"... berceuses et brunettes, ballades narratives, complaintes d'amour, chansons de fêtes et de métiers, ..."

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