Definition of Etouffees

1. etouffee [n] - See also: etouffee

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Etouffees

etofamide
etofenprox
etoglucid
etoile
etoiles
etolin
etomidate
etomoxir
etonitazene
etoolin
etoperidone
etoposide
etoposides
etorphine
etouffee
etouffees (current term)
etourdi
etourdie
etoxeridine
etozolin
etranger
etrangers
etravirine
etrenne
etrennes
etretinate
etrier
etriers
ets
ett

Literary usage of Etouffees

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1. Kashmir: Its New Silk Industry: With Some Account of Its Natural History by Sir Thomas Wardle (1904)
"... if they are not reeled within the following three months the thread breaks oftener than when the cocoons are etouffees by steam. The Sale of Cocoons. ..."

2. French Affairs: Letters from Paris by Heinrich Heine, Charles Godfrey Leland (1893)
"... himself 1 The remainder of this letter from this point is also given in the French version. 2 German, geschlichtet. French, " etouffees de ..."

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