from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A large covered earthenware or metal cooking pot.
- n. A small covered earthenware casserole designed to hold an individual serving.
- n. A petite marmite.
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- n. A rounded earthenware cooking pot.
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There were toast crumbs in the butter, so I’ve already come up with a dozen ways to kill you; the marmite is just another mitigating circumstance when it comes to trial.
Well, the name comes from the name of a French casserole dish called a marmite pronounced Marmeet.
The British breakfast staple, which was originally sold in earthenware jars that resembled the French stockpot called a marmite, was born more than 100 years ago in a small town called Burton-On-Trent.
Extended family, of sorts, visited today and delivered this lovely little "marmite" made of chocolate that is given at this time of the year in Geneva.
Vegemite is Australian, we eat marmite, which is - coincidentally - made of Brewers Yeast, a by-product of Burton-on - Trent’s brewing industry.
The keeping of the roads in good condition is necessary for the rapid carrying out of operations on the Front, and a "marmite" hole is promptly filled if by a lucky shot the German batteries happen to tear up the roadway.
The keeping of the roads in good condition is necessary for the rapid carrying out of operations on the front, and a "marmite" hole is promptly filled if by a lucky shot the German batteries happen to tear up the roadway.
So after three "safely Zeppelin" yet developed and progressive songs, we begin to enter the extremes of the album, the diverse, the controversial, the "marmite", the crunge ...
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