Definition of Garbures

1. garbure [n] - See also: garbure



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Garbures

garboard strake
garboards
garboil
garboils
garbological
garbologically
garbologies
garbologist
garbologists
garbology
garbos
garbs
garburator
garburators
garbure
garbures (current term)
garcinia
garcinias
garcon
garcons
garda
gardai
gardant
gardant(ip)
gardants
garden-burger
garden-burgers
garden-path sentence
garden-variety

Literary usage of Garbures

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1. Apician Morsels; Or, Tales of the Table, Kitchen, and Larder: Containing a by Dick Humelbergius Secundus (1829)
"This cook acknowledged to his brother of the kitchen, that on the Thursday evening he collected the gravies of the week to make his garbures of them on ..."

2. Apician Anecdotes, Or, Tales of the Table, Kitchen, and Larder by Dick Humelbergius Secundus (1836)
"This noble, being on leave of absence, often ate des garbures, and found them much better at the Hotel de Noailles than at home ; he complained to M. ..."

3. Wholesome Fare: A Sanitary Cookbook, Comprising the Laws of Food and the by Edmund S Delamere (1878)
"An earthen one is usual, but a silver one will do. garbures are thick in consistency, and contain Parmesan or ..."

4. Apician Morsels; Or, Tales of the Table, Kitchen, and Larder: Containing a by Dick Humelbergius Secundus (1829)
"This cook acknowledged to his brother of the kitchen, that on the Thursday evening he collected the gravies of the week to make his garbures of them on ..."

5. Apician Anecdotes, Or, Tales of the Table, Kitchen, and Larder by Dick Humelbergius Secundus (1836)
"This noble, being on leave of absence, often ate des garbures, and found them much better at the Hotel de Noailles than at home ; he complained to M. ..."

6. Wholesome Fare: A Sanitary Cookbook, Comprising the Laws of Food and the by Edmund S Delamere (1878)
"An earthen one is usual, but a silver one will do. garbures are thick in consistency, and contain Parmesan or ..."

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