• WordNet 3.6
    • n beignet a deep-fried, yeast-raised doughnut dusted with confectioners' sugar
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n beignet A fritter composed of various ingredients.
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In literature:

Beignet Souflee 114 421.
"Desserts and Salads" by Gesine Lemcke

In news:

Boulevardier 's crawfish beignets.
Stephen Rue enjoys beignets and hot chocolate at Cafe du Monde, Rouxsters in tow.
Berkeley's Crabby Chef nets prize-winning crab-filled beignets.
BLOGFOOD, FAT TUESDAY STYLE: Grab yourself a beignet, some chickory coffee and a string of beads because your Mardi Gras Blogfood has arrived.
Oregon steelhead with lobster beignets, Dungeness crab, and citrus fennel at Lusk 25.
Cara Owsley/The Times-Picayune It's now kosher to eat beignets at Cafe du Monde .
Between stages, he pauses to capture craft vendors surrounded by their creations, sugary beignet eaters, and anyone else who catches his eye.
Ariel Soto-Suver visits 2011 Best of the Bay winner Devil's Teeth Baking Company ("Best Beelzebubian Beignets") - and digs into the Sunset shop's heavenly offerings.
From food to service and design, Beignets wants to evoke the Old World without caricaturing it.
A children's store, an Asian fusion restaurant called Café Beignet and a toy store.
Cara Owsley/The Times-Picayune It's now kosher to eat beignets at Cafe du Monde.
Crème Brulee Beignets at Boke Bowl.
Baby pop tarts, beignets, truffles, tiny crème brûlées, s'mores, cheesecakes, sorbets, and brownies star in the dessert dim sum plate at Fish.
Beignets, streetcars—and cloud-like oysters en brochette .
Mix the beignet batter together using only enough beer to create a batter the consistency of thick pancake batter.