Definition of Cerises

1. cerise [n] - See also: cerise



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cerises

cerges
ceria
cerian
cerias
ceric
ceriferous
ceriman
cerin
cering
cerins
ceriopyrochlore
ceriopyrochlores
ceriph
ceriphs
cerise
cerises (current term)
cerite
cerites
cerium
cerium isotopes
cerium radioisotopes
ceriums
cerivastatin
cermet
cermet cements
cermets
cerne
cerned
cernes
cerning

Literary usage of Cerises

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1. New Complete French Grammar by William Henry Fraser, John Squair, Algernon Coleman (1921)
"He replied: " We two have our hats on, the others are bareheaded: it is you or I." L. Thomas et les cerises A. Un paysan traversait la campagne avec son ..."

2. The Miscellaneous and Posthumous Works of Henry Thomas Buckle by Henry Thomas Buckle (1872)
"stallation des chevaliers de l'ordre de la Jarretière, on servit des fraises, des cerises, et des glaces à la crème" (Le Livre des Singularités, ..."

3. The Gastronomic Regenerator: A Simplified and Entirely New System of Cookery by Alexis Soyer (1847)
"... mix cerises. Make half a pound of puff paste (No. 1132), which roll to the thickness of half an inch, cut it in strips a quarter of an inch wide and ..."

4. How to Mix Drinks: Or, The Bon-vivant's Companion, Containing ... Directions by Jerry Thomas, Christian Schultz (1862)
"Sirop de cerises. (Cherry Syrup.) 5 gallons of cherry juice. Let it ferment a few days; dissolve and boil 80 lbs. of sugar; when clear, skim and strain. ..."

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