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  • n. Archaic form of fricandeau.


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  • "Fecisti quod quædam mulieres facere solent, quando libidinem se vexantem extinguere volunt, quæ se conjungunt quasi coire debeant et possint, et conjungunt invicem puerperia sua, et sic, fricando pruritum illarum extinguere desiderant?"

    The Priest, The Woman And The Confessional

  • Then comes our dinner, har longlaze, as the landlord calls it, which consists of one, solitary, hard joint of meat, such as you cannot possibly get your teeth through, and all the rest is made up of ragotus, and fricando.

    Paris Lions and London Tigers


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