Definition of Savarin

1. Noun. A sponge cake baked in a ring mold.

Generic synonyms: Cake



Definition of Savarin

1. a yeast cake baked in a ring mold [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Savarin

savaging
savagism
savagisms
savaloy
savaloys
savanilla
savanna
savannah
savannah monitor
savannah monitors
savannahs
savannas
savant
savantish
savants
savarin (current term)
savarins
savate
savates
save
save-all
save-alls
save as
save down
save face
save one's breath
save point
save points
save slot

Literary usage of Savarin

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1. Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern by Charles Dudley Warner (1897)
"It was not the safe-conduct, however, but an unexpected dinner which he enjoyed on his route, that made this a red-letter day to savarin: —<( What a good ..."

2. The World's Best Essays, from the Earliest Period to the Present Time by David Josiah Brewer, Edward Archibald Allen, William Schuyler (1900)
"ANTHELME BRILLAT-savarin (1755-1826) Izaak Walton been a Parisian he might have ... The extreme seriousness of the humor with which Brillat-savarin makes ..."

3. The Warner Library by Charles Dudley Warner, Harry Morgan Ayres, John William Cunliffe, Helen Rex Keller, Gerhard Richard Lomer (1917)
"After holding various minor offices in his department, savarin became mayor of Belley in 1793; but the Reign of Terror soon forced him to flee to ..."

4. French Colonists and Exiles in the United States by Joseph George Rosengarten (1907)
"In his " Physiologic du Gout" he says that in Boston he found Julien keeping a restaurant—he had been cook for the Archbishop of Bordeaux; Brillat savarin ..."

5. French Colonists and Exiles in the United States by Joseph George Rosengarten (1907)
"LAT savarin came as an exile from the French Revolution in 1793, and resided three years in New York, where he taught French and played in the orchestra of ..."

6. Heredity, Health and Personal Beauty by John Vietch Shoemaker (1890)
"This author, Brillat savarin, with whom the reader had better make ... savarin says of its effects in the fair sex:— There is a sort of obesity which is ..."

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