Definition of Fromage

1. cheese [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fromage

from pillar to post
from scratch
from sea to shining sea
from side to side
from soup to nuts
from start to finish
from the Department of the Bleeding Obvious
from the bottom of one's heart
from the get-go
from the git-go
from the ground up
from the heart
from the word go
from time to time
from way back
fromage (current term)
fromager
fromagerie
fromageries
fromagers
fromages
fromard
fromards
fromenties
fromenty
fromology
fromward
fron'tated
frond
frondage

Literary usage of Fromage

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1. Notes and Queries by Martim de Albuquerque (1861)
"Jamais homme sage ne mangea fromage. — A hygienic advice for the learned contributors to ... Though without the juvenile gyration — elles font des fromage». ..."

2. Russia by Donald Mackenzie Wallace, Donald Mackenzie Wallace, Sir (1876)
"On fabrique et on mange en Norvège non-seulement les fromages semblables au fromage hollandais, an gruyère on aux fromages anglais, tant maigres qne gras, ..."

3. Desserts and Salads by Gesine Lemcke (1896)
"Pineapple fromage.—Soak 1 J£ ounces gelatine in 1 cup cold water 15 minutes and stir ... Peach fromage.—Pare and cut into quarters 1 % dozen ripe peaches, ..."

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