Definition of Amandines

1. Noun. (plural of amandine) ¹



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Definition of Amandines

1. amandine [n] - See also: amandine

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Amandines

amalgamate
amalgamated
amalgamates
amalgamating
amalgamation
amalgamations
amalgamative
amalgamator
amalgamators
amalgamize
amalgamized
amalgamizes
amalgamizing
amalgams
amandine
amandines (current term)
amanita
amanita phalloides
amanitas
amanitin
amanitine
amanitines
amanitins
amanitoid
amanse
amantadine
amantadine hydrochloride
amantadines
amanuenses
amanuensis

Literary usage of Amandines

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1. Études sur la rime dans "Cyrano de Bergerac" by Fréderic Albert Schenk (1900)
"Quant à amandines. Comment on fait les tartelettes amandines, ce mot, comme adjectif, semble aussi être un néologisme. Littré et Hatzfeld ne le connaissent ..."

2. Recreations of an Anthologist by Brander Matthews (1904)
"It is this Ragueneau of M. de Rostand who thus sets forth the proper manner of preparing that delectable dish 'known as 'Les Tartelettes amandines': B ..."

3. The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal (1847)
"... however, ordered the page to illuminate the rest forthwith, explaining to the matrons around her that the candles were patent amandines, the advantages ..."

4. United States Tariff Customs Administration and Income Tax Law, Approved by United States (1913)
"143 hollow-ware, see hollow-ware 134 articles, or wares, nspf, aluminum cv not plated with gold or silver, whether partly or wholly mfd 20% 167 amandines, ..."

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