Definition of Sauciers

1. Noun. (plural of saucier) ¹



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Definition of Sauciers

1. saucier [n] - See also: saucier

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sauciers

saucer-shaped cataract
saucer eyes
saucer magnolia
saucerful
saucerfuls
saucerization
saucerlike
saucers
saucersful
sauces
sauch
sauchs
saucier
sauciers (current term)
sauciest
saucily
sauciness
saucinesses
saucing
saucisse
saucisses
sauconite
sauerbraten
sauerbratens
sauerkraut
sauerkraut soup
sauerkraut soups

Literary usage of Sauciers

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1. Dining and Its Amenities by John William Severin Gouley (1907)
"During the thirteenth century, the sauciers-vinaigriers had the sole right in ... In that time, every day at dinner hour, these sauciers ran about the ..."

2. Die experimentelle Chemotherapie der spirillosen(syphilis, R Ückfallfieber by Paul Ehrlich, S. Hata, Jacques Bertillon, International Commission for the Decennial Revision of Nosological Nomenclature, United States Bureau of the Census, Clarence Edwin Carter, Otto Naegeli (1910)
"... and the sauciers, Francois Trottier, and JBH La Croix of Cahokia.22 The government of the French was neither military nor paternal. ..."

3. Great Britain and the Illinois Country, 1763-1774 by Clarence Edwin Carter (1910)
"... and the sauciers, Francois Trottier, and JBH La Croix of Cahokia.22 The government of the French was neither military nor paternal. ..."

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