from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A sweetened dish.
- n. Deer's testicles.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A custard.
- n. A dowcet, or deep's testicle.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Sweet; dulcet.
- n. A kind of pasty or custard.
- n. A musical instrument, a kind of flute.
- n. A testicle of a deer. Also written dowcet dowset.
Aunt Elizabeth, Sir Edward, Will, and I took our meal together in Carter Lane as we always did, but in honor of the day had several more dishes than usual and sweet wafers and a doucet—spiced custard pie—to follow.
There is a recipe for doucet in Jane Grigson's English Food
Henry IV had a doucet at his coronation banquet in 1399.
As part of a four-course Medieval banquet, well, I may have had to pass on the boar's head to keep room for a slice of doucet. posted by Big Bead Little Bead at 7:06 PM
Halliwell has "doucet drinkes;" so that the great Manchester philosopher had probably been indulging in a too copious libation of some sweet wine, which he styles "foolish Dorset."
Datruth4 Early doucet been a beast since his LSU dayz
ITS OLD FURNISHINGS AND PAST HISTORY ARE JUST A SMALL PART OF IT, SO ENJOY YOUR NEW LIFE AND BE PROUD OF YOUR DAD. — sheila doucet
i had to argue with the over-worked door guy to get into see the 3 am beauties set. luke doucet walked up and said hi. i lamented that we were both missing our better halves. i also lamented that i was missing beer.
peter elkas melissa mcclelland and luke doucet then the socializin':