Definition of Mirabelle

1. [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mirabelle

mioses
miosis
miosphygmia
miostagmin reaction
miotic
miotics
mipmap
mipmapped
mipmapping
mipmaps
mipomersen
miquelet
miquelets
mir
mira
mirabelle (current term)
mirabelle plum
mirabelle plums
mirabelle prune
mirabelle prunes
mirabelles
mirabilaries
mirabilary
mirabile dictu
mirabilis
mirabilises
mirabilite
mirable
mirach
miracidia

Literary usage of Mirabelle

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1. The Scottish Antiquary, Or, Northern Notes & Queries edited by Arthur Washington Cornelius Hallen, John Horne Stevenson (1889)
"By this marriage John de mirabelle had at least two sons. ... Probably Leo de mirabelle, who in 1340 lent King Edward 1n., when at Antwerp, ten thousand ..."

2. The Fruit Manual: A Guide to the Fruits and Fruit Trees of Great Britain by Robert Hogg (1884)
"mirabelle Blanche. See mirabelle Petite. mirabelle Double. ... This is similar to mirabelle Petite, but much larger, and rather late in ripening. ..."

3. Northern Notes & Queries (1888)
"By this marriage John de mirabelle had at least two sons. ... John de mirabelle dit van Halen, of whom below. 2. Francis de mirabelle, who is mentioned in ..."

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