Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A simplified spelling of couplet.

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Examples

  • As the Fellah still does after drinking a cuplet (“fingán” he calls it) of sugared coffee.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • He had reared a falcon which he carried all night on his fist, and whenever he went a chasing he took with him this bird; and he bade make for her a golden cuplet hung around her neck to give her drink therefrom.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • [FN#294] As the Fellah still does after drinking a cuplet

    Arabian nights. English

  • He had reared a falcon which he carried all night on his fist, and whenever he went a chasing he took with him this bird; and he bade make for her a golden cuplet hung around her neck to give her drink therefrom.

    Arabian nights. English

  • Come, raise a cuplet of Puerh tea to Thee, my EsteemedReaders, for a possible darmatic upset that David from PR/PAS may yet overcome the Goliath from UMNO -- heard about

    desiderata-ylchong

  • Based on a couple of the things that I have seen, the size of this tornado and just the impressive radar signature that we saw both on the reflectivity as we call it, the hook signature that we saw, and also really good cuplet, as we call it, where we see those winds moving in different directions, that rotation that we look for and the velocity, I would say very likely it's a possibility that this is what we would call, you know, an extreme event.

    CNN Transcript Feb 24, 2007

  • my favorite local bakers, and nabbed a cuplet of buttnernut squash soup from chef Randy Evans, who was manning one of the special tasting booths for his restaurant,

    chron.com Chronicle

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