Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. etc. See car, etc.
“Pheasant, Skeet, Hawgs (Donate the meat don; t carre for it myself).”
“WV: carre - Your loyal fans carre a lot about you, Jen & John!”
“Some steamy some clear: winter in Montreal parc jarry, post storm mount royal, afternoon, summer carre saint louis, mid afternoon the fountain, parc la fontaine the pool, parc laurier parc baldwin carre saint louis”
“The sense of inferiority increases with age, as a mature American woman fumbles with her scarf, aware that her French sister knows how to tie her Herms carre at least 56 different ways.”
“Paris “le carre,” — that is, the square landing, — was the door of a back room, opening, on every floor, into a sort of tower built of rough stone, in which was also the well for the staircase.”
“Tom Robbins, in one of his books, proposed an alternate etymology for the word, linking it to carre navalis, or "car of the sea.”
“For zif the snow ne were, men myght not gon upon the yse, ne hors ne carre nouther.”
“Simeon recognized actual Terran truffles decorating the appetizer and the entree was no le$s than carre d'agneau Mistral.”
“Picherhouse wekely LIX white cuppes; Item at every tyme of our remoeving oon hoole carre for the carriage of her stuff.”
“Before the carre and the fower drawing satyrs, there marched two faire”
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