Definition of Cadelles
1. cadelle [n] - See also: cadelle
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cadelles
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Literary usage of Cadelles
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A History and Description of Modern Wines by Cyrus Redding (1833)
"... bastard mus- cadelles, and other sweet wines," it appears, according to a document relating to the royal family in 1469, once came to England. ..."
2. Economic Entomology for the Farmer and the Fruit Grower, and for Use as a by John Bernhard Smith (1906)
"... however,—black beetles about one-fourth of an inch in length, with square thorax and large head, known as " cadelles"—are found in stables, barns, ..."
3. The Life of Louis XI: The Rebel Dauphin and the Statesman King, from His by Christopher Hare (1907)
"... neither meat nor fish, the King writes to Languedoc on June 29: " de lui envoyer pour le sainct homme des oranges douces et des poires mus- cadelles. ..."