Definition of Garniture

1. n. That which garnishes; ornamental appendage; embellishment; furniture; dress.



Definition of Garniture

1. Noun. Something that garnishes; a decoration, adornment or embellishment ¹

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Definition of Garniture

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Garniture

garnished
garnishee
garnisheed
garnisheeing
garnishees
garnisher
garnishers
garnishes
garnishing
garnishings
garnishment
garnishments
garnishor
garnishors
garnisht
garniture (current term)
garnitures
garookuh
garookuhs
garote
garoted
garotes
garoting
garotte
garotted
garotter
garotters
garottes
garotting
garpike

Literary usage of Garniture

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1. A New System of Domestic Cookery: Formed Upon Principles of Economy and by Maria Eliza Ketelby Rundell (1824)
"garniture en Ragout—garniture in Ragout. Having prepared and blanched sweetbreads of veal, or lamb (if house-lamb better), liver of lamb, and rabbits, ..."

2. Literary Criticisms and Other Papers by Horace Binney Wallace (1856)
"Beauty, with one, is the form of the conception ; with the other, it is the garniture of the apparel. Bolingbroke's entertainments are like the European ..."

3. A Place in Thy Memory by Helen Aldrich De Kroyft (1850)
"A son of the same gentleman resides there still, but his head is covered with the "garniture of the grave," and like the roof that shelters him, ..."

4. A New System of Domestic Cookery: Formed Upon Principles of Economy and by Maria Eliza Ketelby Rundell (1824)
"garniture en Ragout—garniture in Ragout. Having prepared and blanched sweetbreads of veal, or lamb (if house-lamb better), liver of lamb, and rabbits, ..."

5. Literary Criticisms and Other Papers by Horace Binney Wallace (1856)
"Beauty, with one, is the form of the conception ; with the other, it is the garniture of the apparel. Bolingbroke's entertainments are like the European ..."

6. A Place in Thy Memory by Helen Aldrich De Kroyft (1850)
"A son of the same gentleman resides there still, but his head is covered with the "garniture of the grave," and like the roof that shelters him, ..."

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