Definition of Orseilles
1. orseille [n] - See also: orseille
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Orseilles
Literary usage of Orseilles
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Irish Industrial Exhibition of 1853: A Detailed Catalogue of Its by John Sproule (1854)
"... the grayish, dirty-looking paste will be converted into a beautiful rich \ inlet nmss, to which the name archil, or in French, orseilles, is given. ..."
2. Encyclopédie Universelle Des Industries Tinctoriales Et Des Industries edited by Jules Garçon (1903)
"...Nous ne doutons pas que, par le traitement en grand et par un procédé convenable, l'on n'obtienne, avec... des orseilles pareilles à celles que nous ..."
3. Travels in Africa, Performed by Silvester Meinrad Xavier Golberry, in the by Sylvain Meinrad Xavier de Golbéry, William Mudford (1808)
"The plant, from the inspissated juice of which this paste is formed, is also called orseilles ; it is a lichen denoted by naturalists, under the names of ..."