Definition of Cognacs

1. Noun. (plural of cognac) ¹



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Definition of Cognacs

1. cognac [n] - See also: cognac

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cognacs

cogitating
cogitatingly
cogitation
cogitations
cogitative
cogitatively
cogitator
cogitators
cogito
cogitos
coglike
coglucosidase
coglycolide
cogman
cogmen
cognacs (current term)
cognacy
cognate
cognate word
cognately
cognateness
cognates
cognation
cognations
cognescenti
cognetics
cognisable
cognisance
cognisances
cognisant

Literary usage of Cognacs

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1. Franco-American Commerce: Statements and Arguments in Behalf of American by San Francisco Chamber of Commerce (1879)
"Let the reader remember that, strictly speaking, cognacs, as known to the trade, ... This is much superior in every respect to the so called cognacs. ..."

2. Treatise on Applied Analytical Chemistry by Vittorio Villavecchia (1918)
"Genuine cognacs are usually rich in volatile impurities, the coefficient of impurity permitting of their distinction from non-genuine samples prepared from ..."

3. New Judea: Jewish Life in Modern Palestine and Egypt by Benjamin Lee Gordon (1919)
"It has also a large workshop for the making of wooden vessels used for the exporting of wines and cognacs. Most of the colonists that are engaged in wine ..."

4. Report by Cape of Good Hope (Colony). Dept. of Agriculture (1907)
"46, 47, 49 and 50 appear to be genuine cognacs, and No. 48 a genuine V>randy.J In the whiskies, no adulteration is indicated by the chemical analysis. ..."

5. In and Out of Three Normandy Inns by Anna Bowman Dodd (1892)
"Deux cognacs ? Victor — deux cognacs et une demi-tasse pour monsieur ! " These and a hundred other answers and questions and orders, were uttered in a ..."

6. Physiological Aspects of the Liquor Problem by Wilbur Olin Atwater (1903)
"The Peru balsam in these quantities is not a dangerous by-product, — not as much so as others present in cognacs made by the usual processes. ..."

7. Official Catalogue of Exhibitors (1915)
"GROUP 120 WINES AND BRANDIES Collective Exhibit of the Charente» Brandies Brugerolle, Leopold—Mutha. Brandies. Carre-Bonvalet, René. cognacs. ..."

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