Definition of Bismark

1. Noun. A raised doughnut filled with jelly or jam.

Exact synonyms: Berlin Doughnut, Jelly Doughnut
Generic synonyms: Raised Doughnut



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bismark

bisimine
bisimines
bisimulation
bisimulations
bisindole
bisindolyl
bisk
bisket
biskets
bisks
bislactone
bisligand
bisligands
bismar
bismarcks
bismark (current term)
bismars
bismer
bismetallated
bismillah
bismite
bismoclite
bismuth
bismuth aluminate
bismuth ammonium citrate
bismuth carbonate
bismuth chloride oxide
bismuth citrate
bismuth hydroxide
bismuth iodide

Literary usage of Bismark

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1826)
"But we must introduce Count bismark to our reader. Frederick William bismark, now General Cmmt bismark, and the author of the above publications, ..."

2. The War for the Rhine Frontier, 1870: Its Political and Military History by Wilhelm Rüstow, John Layland Needham (1872)
"In the general conversation in the Haute Maison, Count bismark, as he says, ... Regarding the latter, bismark desired to obtain military counsel; ..."

3. Journal of Applied Microscopy by Bausch & Lomb Optical Company (1899)
"Bacilli, method for differential staining of, rev., 519. Bacteria, picro-carmine and alum-carmine, etc., for counter-staining, 381. bismark brown, to stain ..."

4. Studies in European Politics by Mountstuart Elphinstone Grant Duff (1866)
"M. bismark had misunderstood the situation, for while the most moderate or Vincke section of the Liberals lost, the party of progress and the left-centre or ..."

5. The Life and Correspondence of Thomas Slingsby Duncombe, Late M.P. for Finsbury by Thomas H. Duncombe (1868)
"... Mazzini dissatisfied — More communications—Letters from Herr von bismark and Signer Mariotti—Kossuth's statement of the case—Sir James Graham in Punch. ..."

6. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1826)
"But we must introduce Count bismark to our reader. Frederick William bismark, now General Cmmt bismark, and the author of the above publications, ..."

7. The War for the Rhine Frontier, 1870: Its Political and Military History by Wilhelm Rüstow, John Layland Needham (1872)
"In the general conversation in the Haute Maison, Count bismark, as he says, ... Regarding the latter, bismark desired to obtain military counsel; ..."

8. Journal of Applied Microscopy by Bausch & Lomb Optical Company (1899)
"Bacilli, method for differential staining of, rev., 519. Bacteria, picro-carmine and alum-carmine, etc., for counter-staining, 381. bismark brown, to stain ..."

9. Studies in European Politics by Mountstuart Elphinstone Grant Duff (1866)
"M. bismark had misunderstood the situation, for while the most moderate or Vincke section of the Liberals lost, the party of progress and the left-centre or ..."

10. The Life and Correspondence of Thomas Slingsby Duncombe, Late M.P. for Finsbury by Thomas H. Duncombe (1868)
"... Mazzini dissatisfied — More communications—Letters from Herr von bismark and Signer Mariotti—Kossuth's statement of the case—Sir James Graham in Punch. ..."

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