Definition of Morceau

1. Noun. A short literary or musical composition.




Definition of Morceau

1. n. A bit; a morsel.

Definition of Morceau

1. a short literary or musical composition [n -CEAUX]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Morceau

morbigenous
morbility
morbilli
morbilliform
morbilliviral
morbillivirus
morbilliviruses
morbillous
morbilous
morbose
morbosities
morbosity
morbus
morbus Addisonii
morbuses
morceau (current term)
morceaux
morcel
morcellate
morcellation
morcellement
morcels
morcha
morchas
morcilla
morcillas
morclofone
mordacious
mordaciously

Literary usage of Morceau

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1. The Fruits of America: Containing Richly Colored Figures, and Full by Charles Mason Hovey (1852)
"GOULU morceau, J ... morceau is rich and sugar}' ... morceau, from its having been so generally disseminated under the name of the Beurré d'Aremberg, ..."

2. The Musical World (1876)
"morceau de Concert 5 0 Fra Diavolo. (Auber) 6 En route. Marche brillante 6 0 6 0 6 0 ... morceau brillant 6 0 6 0 6 0 Preciosa. (Weber) 6 Robert le Diable. ..."

3. On Bandaging, and Other Operations of Minor Surgery: Enthaltend die by Fitzwilliam Sargent, Constant von Wurzbach (1885)
"morceau de Salon'1. Op. ИЗ. — „Trois morceaux de Salon, ... 53 bec Anthologie musicale". — „Chant de printemps. morceau p. Piano". Op. 143. ..."

4. Folio (1884)
"morceau Brillante Silvery Echoes. Reverie Come to the Feast, ... morceau Brillante i so Golden Cloud. morceau Brillante La Fille de Madame Angot. ..."

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