Definition of Curries
1. Noun. (plural of curry) ¹
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Definition of Curries
1. currie [v] - See also: currie
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Literary usage of Curries
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Modern Cookery, in All Its Branches: Reduced to a System of Easy Practice by Eliza Acton (1858)
"curries, POTTED MEATS, &c. THE great superiority of the oriental curries over those generally prepared in Europe or America, is not, we believe, ..."
2. Subject Index of the Modern Works Added to the British Museum Libraryby British Museum Dept. of Printed Books, Dept. of Printed Books, British Museum by British Museum Dept. of Printed Books, Dept. of Printed Books, British Museum (1906)
"Entrees : Fish : curries, etc. See altij above, General. ... curries, and how to prepare them. pp. 7. Lond. 1903. 32". 07944. de. 33. ..."
3. The Improved Housewife: Or Book of Receipts, with Engravings for Marketing by A. L. Webster (1855)
"curries. Veal, Mutton chops, chickens, pigeons, and lobsters, all make good curries. Joint your fowls, if a fowl curry-dish is to be made ; boil them in ..."
4. An Olla Podrida: Or, Scraps, Numismatic, Antiquarian, and Literary by Richard Sainthill (1853)
"WHEN I resided in London, during my younger days, I had Oriental friends; so I became an eater and consequently a lover of curries. Dining with an Eastern ..."
5. Sri Lanka by Elke Frey, Gerhard Lemmer, Jayanthi Namasivayam (2001)
"Above: Chili peppers add spice to local curries. Right: In Sri Lanka, ... And anyone who's worried about too-hot curries should take note: grated fresh ..."
6. An Account of the Interior of Ceylon, and of Its Inhabitants: With Travels by John Davy (1821)
"The higher ranks make use of a variety of curries, and eat animal food, as eggs, * The following are the ingredients of a Singalese curry-stuff of a more ..."
7. The Murrey Collection of Cookery Books by Thomas Jefferson Murrey (1895)
"LUNCHEON curries. curries are very acceptable at luncheon, besides being an ... curries are made much stronger in pungency in India, the home of curries, ..."