Definition of Maraschinos

1. Noun. (plural of maraschino) ¹



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Definition of Maraschinos

1. maraschino [n] - See also: maraschino

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Maraschinos

marang
marang tree
maranta
marantaceous
marantas
marantic
marantic atrophy
marantic endocarditis
marantic oedema
maras
marasca
marasca cherry
marascas
maraschino
maraschino cherry
maraschinos (current term)
marasmic
marasmic thrombosis
marasmic thrombus
marasmoid
marasmus
marasmuses
marasquino
marasquinos
marathon
marathon group psychotherapy
marathon runner
marathoner
marathoners
marathoning

Literary usage of Maraschinos

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1. St. Nicholas by Mary Mapes Dodge (1920)
"I asked EL, who was half-way down a tall lemonade to the red maraschinos at the bottom. "Don't you remember, when I asked what a private car was you said, ..."

2. Nights in London by Thomas Burke (1918)
"... accompanied by a pint of claret, and covered in the retreat by four maraschinos. It was a picturesque night. A clammy fog blanketed the whole world. ..."

3. Twice Around the Clock, Or, The Hours of the Day and Night in London by George Augustus Sala, William McConnell (1862)
"... made bankrupt the proprietors of the vignobles who grew them, or else sent them mad to think their stock was out—indescribable Cognacs—maraschinos and ..."

4. Modern Women of America Cookbook by Anna Claire Vangalder, Modern Woodmen of America (1913)
"... from a small bottle of maraschinos. Scoop the pulp from the oranges, add the pineapple, bananas cut in small pieces and sweeten to taste. ..."

5. Monthly Consular and Trade Reports by United States Bureau of Manufactures (1909)
"This is easily possible in such articles as olives, jams, preserves, maraschinos, etc., and allows a lower appraisal under the tariff than for articles put ..."

6. Tariff Information, 1921 by United States Congress. House. Committee on Ways and Means (1921)
"But they do raise a great many cherries that go into maraschinos, and there is quite an industry. By the way, the way the amendment is worded, ..."

7. The Early Bird: A Business Man's Love Story by George Randolph Chester (1910)
"... "Stock subscription rotten everybody likes scheme but object to our control but no hurry why don't you rest maraschinos shipped congratulate you. ..."

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