Definition of Coulibiacs

1. coulibiac [n] - See also: coulibiac



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Coulibiacs

coulde
couldest
couldn't
couldn't've
couldn't care less
couldn't happen to a nicer
couldn't seem
couldn've
couldna
couldnae
couldst
coulee
coulees
coulibiac
coulibiacs (current term)
coulis
coulises
coulisse
coulisses
couloir
couloirs
coulomb
coulomb's force
coulomb's law
coulomb collision
coulomb ionisation
coulombic
coulombically
coulombs

Literary usage of Coulibiacs

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1. Bread, Cakes, and Biscuits by S. Beaty-Pownall (1906)
"... fish pasties (coulibiacs) are mostly baked. But in this case measures must be taken to keep up the fire, as naturally suc;h things take longer to cook ..."

2. The "Queen" Cookery Books by S. Beaty-Pownall (1902)
"Meat and fish pies can alse be baked in this way, which is indeed the way the Russian fish pasties (coulibiacs) are mostly baked. But in this case measures ..."

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