Definition of Petit dejeuner

1. Noun. A breakfast that usually includes a roll and coffee or tea.

Exact synonyms: Continental Breakfast
Generic synonyms: Breakfast



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Petit Dejeuner

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petiolus epiglottidis
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petit bourgeois
petit dejeuner (current term)
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Literary usage of Petit dejeuner

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Academic French Course: In Accordance with the Latest Grammatical Rules by Antoine Muzzarelli (1894)
"Que prennent habituellement ces messieurs a leur petit dejeuner ? — Oh, simplement quelques oeufs a la coque,6 du pain grille, et du the ou du- chocolat. ..."

2. Thirty Years, Anglo-French Reminiscences (1876-1906) by Thomas Barclay (1914)
"... the Parisian who used to be in no hurry to hear the world's news is now as keen as the Londoner to read the night's telegrams with his petit dejeuner. ..."

3. The American Woman Abroad by Blanche McManus (1911)
"COOK 7.00 AM Preparing of the petit dejeuner and general making ready for the day's work. 8.30 AM Marketing. 9.30 AM Servants' breakfast, the preparing of ..."

4. The American Woman Abroad by Blanche McManus (1911)
"COOK 7.00 AM Preparing of the petit dejeuner and general making ready for the day's work. 8.30 AM Marketing. 9.30 AM Servants' breakfast, the preparing of ..."

5. The Practitioner by Gale Group, ProQuest Information and Learning Company (1906)
"Many people have their Chota Hazari, which is equivalent to the petit dejeuner in France, between 6 and 6.30 am; their Burra Hazari, or dejeuner, ..."

6. The Court of Louis XIII by Katherine Alexandra Patmore (1909)
"The light morning refreshment, dejeuner as it was called, corresponds to the petit dejeuner. Bread, with milk or bouillon was served without much variety, ..."

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