Definition of Potiches

1. potiche [n] - See also: potiche



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Potiches

potholers
potholes
potholing
pothook
pothooks
pothos
pothoses
pothouse
pothouses
pothunter
pothunters
pothunting
pothuntings
poticary
potiche
potiches (current term)
potichomania
potin
poting
potins
potion
potions
potjiekos
potlach
potlache
potlaches
potlatch
potlatched
potlatcher
potlatchers

Literary usage of Potiches

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1. History of the Ceramic Art: A Descriptive and Philosophical Study of the by Albert Jacquemart (1873)
"potiches of good faience, Chinese decoration, "Rose" JTl I^ family, ... LK w KI Ribbed potiches, having upon a very lustrous F Piece of excessively fine ..."

2. Bulletin (Geological Survey of Western Australia). by Geological Survey of Western Australia (1904)
"Du Bulletin de la Société d'horticulture de Sedan : On cultive, de l'autre côté de la Manche, les arbres fruitiers en potiches, en vase de Chine et même en ..."

3. Official Catalogue by United States Centennial Commission (1876)
"Saddlebags. 255 345 Rocha, Francisco José da Silva, ( )porto.—Leather portmanteaus, traveling bags valises, belts, and game potiches. ..."

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