Definition of Berceaux

1. berceau [n] - See also: berceau



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Berceaux

berbamunine synthase
berbe
berberin
berberine
berberines
berberins
berberis
berberises
berberries
berberry
berborite
berborites
bercaries
bercary
berceau
berceaux (current term)
berceuse
berceuses
berdaches
berdash
berdashes
berdesinskiite
bere
bereave
bereaved
bereavement
bereavements
bereaven
bereaver

Literary usage of Berceaux

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1. Defenders of Democracy by Militia of Mercy (1917)
"... Poetical Version of SULLY PRUD'HOMME'S "Les berceaux" L HE long tide lifts each mighty boat Asleep and nodding at the dock, Of the little cradles they ..."

2. Recreations in Mathematics and Natural Philosophy by Jacques Ozanam, Jean Etienne Montucla (1814)
"A cloister arch, and a groin arch on a square, form together the two complete berceaux or vaults, raised upon that square. This may be readily seen in fig. ..."

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