Definition of Cayennes
1. cayenne [n] - See also: cayenne
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Literary usage of Cayennes
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Recollections and Reflections: An Auto of Half a Century and More by Wharton Jackson Green (1906)
"Six of the cayennes consisted of a mixture of ground rice, turmeric, ... Six of the cayennes contained large quantities of salt, sometimes alone, ..."
2. Adulterations Detected; Or, Plain Instructions for the Discovery of Frauds by Arthur Hill Hassall (1857)
"Vermilion, or sulphuret of mercury, was present in one of the cayennes. Sic of the cayennes consisted of a mixture of ground rice, turmeric, and Cayenne, ..."
3. Food: Its Adulterations, and the Methods for Their Detection by Arthur Hill Hassall (1876)
"Six of the cayennes consisted of a mixture of ground rice, ... was present in one of tW cayennes. Six of the cayennes contained large quantities of tall, ..."
4. Journal of Horticulture, Cottage Gardener and Country Gentlemen (1875)
"Smooth-leaved cayennes and Charlotte Rothschild are now usually grown for winter ... cayennes generally throw-up freely, while the more luxuriant Charlotte ..."
5. The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal (1858)
"... possessed by no other officer in the cayennes (102nd), whereby lie won many a cheroot sweepstakes while that gallant eoq>s was in Bengal; ..."