Definition of Marzipans

1. Noun. (plural of marzipan) ¹



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Definition of Marzipans

1. marzipan [n] - See also: marzipan

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Marzipans

marver
marvered
marvering
marvers
marvy
marxisms
mary-bud
marybud
marybuds
maryjane
maryjanes
marysole
marzacotto
marzipan
marzipan layer
marzipans (current term)
maréchaussée
mas
mas'r
masa
masala
masala chai
masalas
masaman
masas
masc
mascagnite
mascara
mascaraed

Literary usage of Marzipans

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

1. Candies and Bonbons and how to Make Them by Marion Harris Neil (1913)
"THE MAKING OF marzipans "Good, thou, save me a piece of Marchpane " Marzipan is a confection that has been made in Europe for centuries. ..."

2. The Seventeenth Century by Jacques Boulenger (1920)
"... and baskets of marzipans or dried preserves ; the tinkle of the falling waters mingled with the sound of violins and hautboys : at eight o'clock, ..."

3. The Steward's Handbook and Guide to Party Catering by Jessup Whitehead (1903)
"marzipans—Massepains. MASSEPAINS—Almond paste cakes made of 12 oz, sweet almonds, iJ^ Ibs. powdered sugar, 4 whites. Almonds blanched, dried, pounded in a ..."

4. Dramaturgie der Oper by Heinrich Bulthaupt (1902)
"... Süßigkeit des marzipans, die glücklicherweise, gerade wenn sie uns sad zu werden beginnt, im dritten Akt durch eine von grausigem Galgenhumor ..."

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