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#98590 - 03/13/03 08:34 PM Friday
A few more French words from spelling bee
article of footwear; shoe, boot, slipper, etc. chaus[sure 7*b s=r$8
n. 5Fr < chausser, to shoe < OFr chaucier < L calceare < calceus, shoe < calx, the heel: see CALCAR6 an
5Fr < chausser, to shoe < OFr chaucier < L calceare < calceus, shoe < calx, the heel: see CALCAR6 an article of footwear; shoe, boot, slipper, etc.
gaufrette [goh-FREHT] 1. Thin, lightly sweet, fan-shaped wafers usually served with ice cream, mousse and other such desserts.
5ME gaude, a large bead in a rosary, trinket, prob. ult. < L gaudium, JOY6 a cheap, showy trinket
A thin slice of meat — usually veal or beef — rolled around a filling of finely ground meat or vegetables. The paupiette can be fried, baked or braised in wine or stock. It's sometimes wrapped in bacon before being cooked. Paupiettes are also called ROULADES.
5Fr < L talpa, mole6 a dark, brownish gray, the color of moleskin
Ponceau, Poppy-red, bright scarlet colour of the wild poppy: Papaver rhoeas. ...
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