Definition of Quetsches

1. Noun. (plural of quetsch) ¹



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Definition of Quetsches

1. quetsch [n] - See also: quetsch

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Quetsches

questuaries
questuary
quet
quetch
quetched
quetches
quetching
quetenite
quethe
quethed
quethen
quethes
quething
quetiapine
quetsch
quetsches (current term)
quetzal
quetzal bird
quetzalcoatlite
quetzalcoatlus
quetzalcoatluses
quetzales
quetzals
queuable
queue
queue-jumper
queue up
queueable
queued
queueing

Literary usage of Quetsches

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1. Elliott's Fruit Book: Or, The American Fruit-grower's Guide in Orchard and by Franklin Reuben Elliott (1858)
""A thousand fully ripe quetsches (prune plums) make about ten pounds of dried prunes. CHARACTERS AND CLASSFICATION.—The characters of the plums are ..."

2. The American Fruit Culturist, Containing Directions for the Propagation and by John J. Thomas (1849)
"is an iron damper or slide, to be placed in the flue at II, in order to regulate the heat. " A thousand fully ripe quetsches, ..."

3. The New American Orchardist: Or, An Account of the Most Valuable Varieties by William Kenrick (1835)
"... the quetsches or prunes, are dried, and in this state may be long preserved ; they are imported, principally from Spain, Portugal, and Marseilles. ..."

4. The Illustrated Annual Register of Rural Affairs and Cultivator Almanac for by John Jacob Thomas (1867)
"'A thousand fully ripe quetsches, (prune plums,) make about ten pounds of dried prunes. " Plums of different kinds may be dried, either whole or deprived of ..."

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