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  • n. Plural form of grenadine.


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  • Missioner Ida Womb-well, the seventeenyearold revivalist, said concerning the coinci — dent of interfizzing with grenadines and other respectable and disgusted peersons using the park: That perpendicular person is

    Finnegans Wake

  • Your step-son Charles comes along in the morning and makes me drink picon-grenadines.

    Maigret and the Old Lady

  • We have grenadines in Jacquards and in set patterns.

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  • It was, then, a spectacle, from our removed point of view, the gathering of the poetic multitude around the café tables, over the Dubonnet, the grenadines, and the café noir, of a Tuesday evening.

    Adventures in the Arts Informal Chapters on Painters, Vaudeville, and Poets

  • Dissolve a piece of glaze the size of a walnut by putting it in a cup which is set in boiling water; when dissolved, take up the grenadines, dish them in a circle, and glaze them (a brush is properly used for this purpose, but the glaze can be spread with a knife dipped in hot water).

    Choice Cookery

  • Lard these with bacon, and put them into a sauté pan with a gill of brown sauce and a glass of sherry (half the sauce if there are very few grenadines); let them cook gently for fifteen minutes.

    Choice Cookery

  • And what beautiful robes they are! the softest silks, over which are worn in summer the most delicate of embroidered grenadines, or in winter, rich satins lined with costly furs, each season calling for a certain number and kind.

    Court Life In China

  • Colored laces, grenadines or madras stuffs are frequently used to give period style or color tone, and wherever they are used, such curtains should harmonize with the wall.

    Color Value

  • A murmur of conversation arose, subdued, gracious, mingled with the soft rustle of silk, grenadines, velvet.

    The Octopus : A story of California

  • Elinor and I could just put on our blue grenadines, and you've got plenty of things in your other boxes.

    A Summer in Leslie Goldthwaite's Life.


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