Wine biscuit

Definitions

  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • Wine biscuit a kind of sweet biscuit served with wine.
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Usage

In literature:

She got the wine and the biscuit, however, and leaning over the side of the boat towards him, was compelled to look at him.
"Fairy Tales Every Child Should Know" by Various
Apollo, after a moment's hesitation, attacked his wine and swallowed his biscuit manfully; but even he had not his usual appetite.
"A Little Mother to the Others" by L. T. Meade
Will you allow me to take you into the next room and get a glass of wine or a biscuit for you?
"Girlhood and Womanhood" by Sarah Tytler
It was Madame, who came in bearing a small tray, whereon stood wine and biscuits.
"Dross" by Henry Seton Merriman
This mollified her, and she bade me hold the tray and pick up the biscuits while she went for another bottle of wine.
"Kilgorman" by Talbot Baines Reed
I am going to bring papa up a glass of wine and a biscuit; will you carry up the plate for me?
"The Story of the White-Rock Cove" by Anonymous
Will you not take a biscuit and a glass of wine?
"The Nebuly Coat" by John Meade Falkner
We had punch, wine, pipes and tobacco, biscuit and cheese, etc.
"Tea Leaves" by Various
And now, gentlemen, I think a glass of wine and a biscuit will not do any of us much harm.
"The World Peril of 1910" by George Griffith
Biscuit and wine were found in each of them, and all were refreshed.
"Thrilling Narratives of Mutiny, Murder and Piracy" by Anonymous
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In news:

LAUREN WOOD THE NATCHEZ DEMOCRAT Sissy Eidt will be serving up pastries, grillades and grits with her daughter, Margaret Eidt Monger, this Saturday during Biscuits, Beignets and Breakfast as part of the annual Natchez Food and Wine Festival.
He successfully navigated his way from Tonga to West Timor in 48 days, equipped with only 150 pounds of ship biscuits, 16 pounds of pork, six quarts of rum, six bottles of wine and 28 gallons of water.
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