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  • n. Alternative spelling of shchi.

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Examples

  • Yet, despite this flourishing position of affairs, he still preserved the stoical tendencies in which, to tell the truth, he took a certain vague pride before his family and strangers, since he would frequently say with a stutter: “Any one who REALLY wishes to see me will be glad to see me even in my dressing-gown, and to eat nothing but shtchi [Cabbage-soup.] and kasha [Buckwheat gruel.] at my table.”

    Youth

  • At a long wooden table were seated some twenty soldiers, eating shtchi (cabbage soup) from a great tin wash-tub with wooden spoons, and talking loudly with much laughter.

    Chapter 9. Victory

  • a certain vague pride before his family and strangers, since he would frequently say with a stutter: "Any one who REALLY wishes to see me will be glad to see me even in my dressing-gown, and to eat nothing but shtchi [Cabbage-soup.] and kasha [Buckwheat gruel.] at my table."

    Youth

  • With that he finished his portion, and helped himself to a generous measure of niania25 — the dish which follows shtchi and consists of a sheep’s stomach stuffed with black porridge, brains, and other things.

    Dead Souls

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