Definition of Cointreau

1. [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cointreau

coinsuring
cointegrate
cointegrate structure
cointegrated
cointegrating
cointegration
cointegrations
cointense
cointension
cointer
cointerred
cointerring
cointers
cointervention
cointerventions
cointreau (current term)
cointreaus
cointroduction
coinvariants
coinvent
coinvented
coinventing
coinvention
coinventions
coinventor
coinventors
coinventorship
coinvents
coinverse
coinverses

Literary usage of Cointreau

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1. Puerto Rico by Kurt Pitzer, Tara Stevens (2001)
"HOME-BREWED cointreau: If you can't beg a glass from Ray's stash at Cafe Puerto Rico, here is his "secret" recipe for homemade cointreau. ..."

2. History of Prose Fiction by John Colin Dunlop, Henry Wilson (1888)
"... by cointreau, is the story of ai. interested governess, who, in order to procure an establishment for a son, resolves to bring her pupil, ..."

3. History of Prose Fiction by John Colin Dunlop (1906)
"L'Amant Salamandre, by cointreau, is the story of an interested governess, who, in order to procure an establishment for a son, resolves to bring her pupil, ..."

4. The Popular Theatre by George Jean Nathan (1918)
"I drank two cocktails, three glasses of sherry, a quart of champagne and several ponies of cointreau. The show seemed to get better and better as it went ..."

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