Definition of Caviare

1. Noun. Salted roe of sturgeon or other large fish; usually served as an hors d'oeuvre.

Exact synonyms: Caviar
Generic synonyms: Hard Roe, Roe
Specialized synonyms: Beluga Caviar



Definition of Caviare

1. n. The roes of the sturgeon, prepared and salted; -- used as a relish, esp. in Russia.

Definition of Caviare

1. Noun. (alternative spelling of caviar) ¹

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Definition of Caviare

1. caviar [n -S] - See also: caviar

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Caviare

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caviare (current term)
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cavilation

Literary usage of Caviare

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1. Hakluytus Posthumus: Contayning a History of the World in Sea Voyages and by Samuel Purchas (1905)
"This yeare the But of caviare sold at five robles the hundred, and sixe robles. Gentlemen, I am bound by Commission to advize how many dayes from Arash to ..."

2. Modes and Morals by Katharine Fullerton Guerould (1920)
"caviare ON PRINCIPLE ONE can usually either begin or end with Mr. ... "It is simpler to eat caviare on impulse than to eat grape-nuts on principle," he says ..."

3. Annual Record of Science and Industry for 1871-78 by Spencer Fullerton Baird (1875)
"The caviare is then placed in casks of linden wood, which imparts no unpleasant taste, ... To prepare the pressed caviare, a tub half filled with pickle, ..."

4. Hakluytus posthumus or Purchas his pilgrimes: Contayning a History of the by Samuel Purchas (1905)
"This yeare the But of caviare sold at five robles the hundred, and sixe robles. Gentlemen, I am bound by Commission to advize how many dayes from Arash to ..."

5. The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work of Reference on the by Charles George Herbermann (1913)
"... sugar, butter, caviare, fish, fowls, petroleum, cattle, and raw minerals; and imports woollen textiles amounting to 25000000 roubles, worked metals, ..."

6. Outing (1893)
"How many sturgeon it would take to make so much roe—or fresh caviare—I cannot ... In western Europe and in America there is an impression that caviare is a ..."

7. Viewpoints in Essays, an Arrangement of Books According to Their Essential by Marion Louise Horton, American Library Association (1922)
"CURRY AND caviare In reading, as in feeding, there are proprieties, times and seasons to be observed; a time for curry and a time for caviare; ..."

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