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High-stomached
High-stomached High"-stom`ached, a. Having a lofty spirit; haughty. [Obs.] --Shak.
Lumachel
Lumachel Lu"ma*chel, Lumachella Lu`ma*chel"la, n. [F. lumachelle, It. lumachella, fr. lamachella a little snail, dim. of lumaca a snail, fr. L. limax, -acis.] (Min.) A grayish brown limestone, containing fossil shells, which reflect a beautiful play of colors. It is also called fire marble, from its fiery reflections.
Lumachella
Lumachel Lu"ma*chel, Lumachella Lu`ma*chel"la, n. [F. lumachelle, It. lumachella, fr. lamachella a little snail, dim. of lumaca a snail, fr. L. limax, -acis.] (Min.) A grayish brown limestone, containing fossil shells, which reflect a beautiful play of colors. It is also called fire marble, from its fiery reflections.
Macher
Macher Mach"er, n. One who marches.
Machete
Machete Ma*che"te, n. [Sp.] A large heavy knife resembling a broadsword, often two or three feet in length, -- used by the inhabitants of Spanish America as a hatchet to cut their way through thickets, and for various other purposes. --J. Stevens.
Pinxter blomachee
Pinkster Pink"ster, n. [D. pinkster, pinksteren, fr. Gr. ?. See Pentecost.] Whitsuntide. [Written also pingster and pinxter.] Pinkster flower (Bot.), the rosy flower of the Azalea nudiflora; also, the shrub itself; -- called also Pinxter blomachee by the New York descendants of the Dutch settlers.
Stomacher
Stomacher Stom"ach*er, n. 1. One who stomachs. 2. (? or ?) An ornamental covering for the breast, worn originally both by men and women. Those worn by women were often richly decorated. A stately lady in a diamond stomacher. --Johnson.

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- Papier-mâché (UK: /ˌpæpieɪ ˈmæʃeɪ/, US: /ˌpeɪpər məˈʃeɪ/; French: [papje mɑʃe], literally "chewed paper", "pulped paper", or "mashed paper") is a composite...
- flavored with pandan Heinrich Mache, Austrian physicist François-Bernard Mâche, French composer Karl Mache, German politician Mache District, a district of...
- Paper Mâché Dream Balloon is the seventh studio album by Australian psychedelic rock band King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard. It was released on 13 November...
- Kashmiri papier-mâché is a handicraft of Kashmir that was brought by Muslims saint Mir Sayyid Ali Hamadani from Persia in the 14th century to medieval...
- greens. Common names include corn salad, common cornsalad, lamb's lettuce, mâche (/mɑːʃ/), fetticus, feldsalat, nut lettuce, field salad. In restaurants...
- Heinrich Mache (27 April 1876 – 1 September 1954) was an Austrian physicist. He won the Haitinger Prize of the Austrian Academy of Sciences in 1915. Born...
- Traditional papier-mache offering shops in Hong Kong sell papier-mache offering items for sacred purposes and for festival-celebration purposes, the po****rity...
- Mache (symbol ME from German Mache-Einheit, plural Maches) is an obsolete unit of volumic radioactivity named for the Austrian physicist Heinrich Mache...
- satbSATB Hn Fl 2Ob Str Bc 24: 81 I/23: 287 00139 115 1. 1724-11-05 Cantata Mache dich, mein Geist, bereit (Trinity XXII) G maj. satbSATB Hn Fl Oba Str Vc...
- Taka refers to paper mache made using carved wooden sculpture used as a mold. The craft originated in the town of Paete, Laguna in the Philippines. Taka...
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