Definition of Pulques

1. Noun. (plural of pulque) ¹



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Definition of Pulques

1. pulque [n] - See also: pulque

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pulques

pulpits
pulpitum
pulpitums
pulpless
pulplike
pulpmill
pulpmills
pulpotomies
pulpotomy
pulpous
pulps
pulpwood
pulpwoods
pulque
pulques (current term)
puls
pulsant
pulsar
pulsarlike
pulsars
pulsatance
pulsatances
pulsate
pulsated
pulsates
pulsatile
pulsatility
pulsatilla
pulsating

Literary usage of Pulques

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1. Peter Abélard by Joseph McCabe (1901)
"Prior pulques, in a letter to Abelard, reminded him that he squandered a fortune on harlots. ... I shall examine this letter of Prior pulques more ..."

2. The Lives of the Saints by Sabine Baring-Gould (1898)
"One day, whilst there, he was walking in the garden with Ralph le Vert and pulques the One-eyed, and they talked together of the uncertainty of human ..."

3. The Works of Hubert Howe Bancroft by Hubert Howe Bancroft (1883)
"... another was made judge of police and given charge of the public water works.9 A third was appointed juez de pulques under the pretext of enforcing the ..."

4. Proceedings by International Congress of Americanists (1890)
"Und Xochiquetzal wird auch in einigen der Berichte die Frau, bezw. die Buhlerin, genannt, deren Verführungen unter dem Einflüsse des genossenen pulques der ..."

5. Elements of the Philosophy of the Human Mind by Dugald Stewart (1814)
"... which expression he seems, from the context, to mean a quality of mind precisely opposite to that described by Locke in the words quoted above:—(pulques ..."

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