from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A pastille used to sweeten the breath.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A sweet taken to sweeten the breath.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A silvered aromatic pill, used to correct the odor of the breath.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A sweetmeat, generally in the form of a pill, made of the extracts of licorice, cashew-nut, gum, etc., used by tobacco-smokers and others to sweeten the breath.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a scented lozenge used to sweeten the breath (e.g. to conceal the odor of tobacco)
Ivan Matveitch noticed that I was tired from playing he would offer me ‘du cachou de Bologne.’
Pepper, though, was of infinitely more moment to the ancients than to be merely a topping, nostrum, or cachou.
As he goes out, I see him slip a cachou or a clove into his mouth. So his breath won't smell of wine, of course.
Dye with 20 lb. Amidazol cachou, 5 lb. soda and 200 lb.
Dante gave him a cachou every time he brought her a piece of tissue paper.
I see the gentleman of the night before, still dressed in his wrapper, brown the color of cachou, who advances majestically, followed by a train of nurses.
India scarves before alluded to; a stomacher set with garnet, a pearl necklace, and a silver box full of cachou and can-away comfits, to be taken to church for amusement during long sermons.
26 June 2005 at 01:56 AM hi, do you mind if I borrow you this picture for my blog. thank cachou
And last month I made these for a Christmas in July dinner: gingerbread dough rolled quite thin I didn’t have a rolling pin at the time and had to use a short tumbler so it baked in about 3 minutes, most iced with a star and a silver cachou in the middle but some left plain and iced with dark chocolate on the back:
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