Definition of Bercy
1. Noun. Butter creamed with white wine and shallots and parsley.
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Literary usage of Bercy
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Wine, the Vine, and the Cellar by Thomas George Shaw (1863)
"At bercy, in the suburbs, there are very extensive cellars and warehouses for the storing ... Every holder of wine at bercy has a counting-house attached; ..."
2. Parisby Ken Bernstein by Ken Bernstein (2003)
"BASTILLE, bercy Place de la Bastille, dominated by the gleaming white Opera of pha- ... Along the Seine, past the Palais Omnisport and the Parc de bercy, ..."
3. Adventure Guide by Heather Stimmler-Hall (2004)
"bercy The bercy district has always been associated with wine. ... (To have "bercy fever" was once a popular Parisian euphemism for being drunk. ..."
4. L'abbé Constantinby Ludovic Halévy by Ludovic Halévy (1889)
"THE bercy TEXT BOOKS SIMPLE GRAMMAIRE FRANÇAISE, ... SANS FAMILLE, by Hector Malot, arranged and abridged by P. bercy. 12mo, cloth, 85c. Paper 60e. ..."
5. Insect Architecture by James Rennie (1830)
"Reaumur remarked that the cells of this bee which he found at bercy, were situated in a northern exposure, contrary to what he had remarked in the mason-bee ..."
6. Walks in Paris by Georges Cain (1909)
"UP THE SEINE FROM THE PLACE DE LA CONCORDE TO bercy Na warm spring morning I know of no more de- lightful expedition than to take the boat at the Concorde ..."