Definition of Suets

1. suet [n] - See also: suet



Lexicographical Neighbors of Suets

suedes
suedette
suedettes
sueding
suently
suer
suers
sues
suessite
suet
suet pudding
sueth
suetier
suetiest
suetlike
suets (current term)
suettier
suettiest
suetty
suety
suevite
suevites
suevitic
suey
suf-
sufentanil
suffari
suffaris
suffect
suffer

Literary usage of Suets

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

1. A Treatise on Chemistry Applied to the Manufacture of Soap and Candles by Campbell Morfit (1856)
"In consequence of the different consistence of fats, they have been'classified under several distinct heads, viz: as oils, butlers, and suets; the former ..."

2. The Gentleman's Magazine (1835)
"Sr, I know not howe ye be provided to furnish me, but suer methinks I ehold have no lesse than five suets of apparell, the first for the daie I come in, ..."

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