Definition of Cadelles

1. cadelle [n] - See also: cadelle



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cadelles

caddows
caddr
caddy
caddying
caddyss
caddysses
caddywompus
cade
cade oil
cadeau
cadeaux
cadee
cadees
cadelle
cadelle beetle
cadelles (current term)
cadence
cadenced
cadences
cadencies
cadencing
cadency
cadene
cadent
cadential
cadenza
cadenzas
cades
cadet
cadet blue

Literary usage of Cadelles

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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. ..."

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