Definition of Charcuteries

1. Noun. (plural of charcuterie) ¹



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Definition of Charcuteries

1. charcuterie [n] - See also: charcuterie

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Charcuteries

charcloth
charcoal
charcoal-gray
charcoal-grey
charcoal burner
charcoal gray
charcoal grey
charcoaled
charcoaling
charcoals
charcoaly
charcot's foot
charcot's joint
charcot-marie disease
charcuterie
charcuteries (current term)
chard
chard plant
chardonnay grape
chardonnays
chards
chare
chared
chares
charet
charets
charette
charettes
charge
charge-exchange accelerator

Literary usage of Charcuteries

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1. East London by Walter Besant (1901)
"... and Swiss; that is because the people are employed in the restaurants as waiters and cooks, in the laundries, in the charcuteries and provision shops, ..."

2. Genius Loci: Notes on Places by Vernon Lee (1908)
"... Police Locale with windows choked with superb carnations and geraniums, episcopal palace, and delectable charcuteries and patisseries, and all—when you ..."

3. The Tower of the Mirrors, and Other Essays on the Spirit of Places: And by Vernon Lee (1914)
"... it all to do with Sens and its expensive charcuteries and cheap hat shops and the block-tin utilities and cretonne futilities of a la ..."

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