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- n. Obsolete form of hippocras.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Hippocras.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete form of hippocras.
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This he washed down with bastard, malmsey, and good ale, topped with almonds, comfits, perfumed cherries with "ipocras," then sprinkled himself with rose-water and dabbled his face and hands in it.
Or make a sauce with beaten butter, and juyce of grapes mixt with ipocras, pour it on the eggs, and scrape on sugar.
-- And when they had been in their baths as long as was their pleasure, they had green ginger, divers syrups, comfits, and ipocras, and then they went to bed.
The king spoke to her as kindly as before, offered her ipocras [see Note 4] and spices, and on the close of the interview, took up his little Queen in his arms, and carried her out of the room.
"Ha!" said John of Gaunt, and sipped his ipocras with a grim smile.
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