Definition of Primeurs

1. primeur [n] - See also: primeur



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Primeurs

primed(p)
primehood
primely
primeness
primenesses
primer
primer coat
primero
primerole
primeroles
primeros
primers
primes
primetime
primeur
primeurs (current term)
primeval
primeval forest
primeval forests
primeval soup
primevally
primeverose
primevous
primi
primidone
primigenial
primigravid
primigravida
primigravids
primigravity

Literary usage of Primeurs

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

1. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: “a” Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature edited by Hugh Chisholm (1911)
"... the stage of consideration. with the commentary of al-A'Iam (died 1083) by Count Land berg in the second part of his primeurs arabes (Leiden, 1889). ..."

2. Society As I Have Found It by Ward McAllister (1890)
"... les primeurs, ie things out of season, and said that he could give me, for a napoleon a head, an excellent dinner, if I would leave out les primeurs. ..."

3. Society As I Have Found It by Ward MacAllister (1890)
"... les primeurs, ie things out of season, and said that he could give me, for a napoleon a head, an excellent dinner, if I would leave out les primeurs. ..."

4. Royal Palaces and Parks of France by Francis Miltoun (1910)
"All these may be found at the Paris markets to-day, and at these seasons, but the growing of primeurs for the Paris markets has become a great industry ..."

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