Definition of Degouts

1. degout [n] - See also: degout



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Degouts

deglutition pneumonia
deglutition reflex
deglutitions
deglutitious
deglutitive
deglutitory
deglycerolise
deglycerolize
deglycosylate
deglycosylated
deglycosylates
deglycosylating
deglycosylation
deglycosylations
degout
degouts (current term)
degradabilities
degradability
degradable
degradational
degradations
degradative
degrade
degraded
degraded wetland
degradedly
degradement
degrader
degraders

Literary usage of Degouts

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Women of Versailles: The Court of Louis XIV. by Imbert de Saint-Amand, Elizabeth Gilbert Martin (1893)
"In 1745 he is sixteen years old. He is a pious, well-taught, well-intentioned young man. He has 1 Massillon, Sermon sur les degouts qui accompagnent la ..."

2. Unicorns by James Huneker (1917)
"Well, chacun a ses degouts! The "thrilling" detective story, the romantic sonorities of the ice cream-soda woman novelist? — with a triple- barrelled name, ..."

3. An Essay on the Influence of Authority in Matters of Opinion by George Cornewall Lewis (1875)
"... police,] mais il est en butte a des degouts de tous genres, et a des persecutions de tous les jours. La carriere politique lui eet ..."

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