foudre


foudre

foudre [foo-druh] Examples noun, plural fou·dres [foo-druh] /ˈfu drə/. French.

  1. a large cask for maturing, storing, and transporting wine.

Examples from the Web for foudre Historical Examples of foudre

  • I shall therefore commission the Foudre, and re-name her the Tigress.

    At Aboukir and Acre

    George Alfred Henty

  • If you meet with any superlatively good, and not else, pray send over a ‘foudre’ of it, and write to him.

    The PG Edition of Chesterfield’s Letters to His Son

    The Earl of Chesterfield

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