Definition of Tartine

1. bread, butter and jam [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tartine

tartarizes
tartarizing
tartarly
tartarous
tartars
tartarum
tartarus
tartaryn
tarte flambée
tarted
tarter
tartest
tartier
tartiest
tartily
tartine (current term)
tartines
tartiness
tartinesses
tarting
tartish
tartlet
tartlets
tartly
tartness
tartnesses
tartralic
tartralic acid
tartramate

Literary usage of Tartine

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1. The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal (1877)
"... M. Absinthe and Mdlk. tartine. [September M. ABSINTHE AND MDLLE. tartine. A STORY OF PABIS. ..."

2. Louis' Every Woman's Cook Book by Louis Muckensturm (1910)
"tartine DE FOIE GRAS &s With some puff-paste prepare some low pate-shells, ... Put a round slice of truffle on top of each tartine. tartine A LA RUSSE «s ..."

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