Definition of Sardelle
1. sardel [n -S] - See also: sardel
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sardelle
Literary usage of Sardelle
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. German Cookery for the English Kitchen by Ella Oswald (1906)
"Now strain through a wire sieve, add the capers and the sardelle, ... 1 sardelle. 2 oz. butter. 2 oz. flour. 2 oz. chopped onion. i£ pint stock. ..."
2. The Fisheries of the Adriatic and the Fish Thereof: A Report of the Austro by G. L. Faber (1883)
"An experienced fisherman proceeds in this boat about a mile from the shore in search of the Sardines (sardelle], which he leads into the bay,1 where, ..."
3. Cyclopaedia of Political Science, Political Economy, and of the Political by John Joseph Lalor (1883)
"The most important fisheries are for the sardelle, mackerel and anchovy. Many species of crustaceans are prized, as well as various snails, ..."