And yet, a housewife’s batterie de cuisine was of the simplest.
The Mother of Washington and Her Times Sara Agnes Rice Pryor
Your friend Benoit has already sent his batterie de cuisine, and a quantity of preserved provisions.
Soyer’s Culinary Campaign Alexis Soyer
How can public virtue keep its ground against such a rush of the raw material, covered by such a batterie de cuisine?
The Gastronomic Regenerator: Alexis Soyer
We had two fourgons to hold the batterie de cuisine and our six beds, which had to be unpacked and made up every night.
Seeing and Hearing George W. E. Russell
You would have imagined they had been born scullions, they handled the batterie de cuisine so naturally.
Devereux, Complete Edward Bulwer-Lytton
cooking utensils collectively; pots and pans, etc
lit. set of equipment for the kitchen; the utensils and other equipment used for preparing or serving a meal
a beating together of the calves or feet during a leap. (in tap dancing) a rapid succession of taps, often compared to drumming or to machine-gun fire. battery (def 11). Electricity. Also called galvanic battery, voltaic battery. a combination of two or more cell electrically connected to work together to produce electric energy. cell1 (def […]
to beat persistently or hard; pound repeatedly. to damage by beating or hard usage: Rough roads had battered the car. High winds were battering the coast. to deal heavy, repeated blows; pound steadily: continuing to batter at the front door. Printing. a damaged area on the face of type or plate. the resulting defect in […]
- Battering parent syndrome
noun a set of symptoms and injuries exhibited by a child who has been mentally and/or physically abused by a parent, guardian, or child-care provider battering parent syndrome bat·ter·ing parent syndrome (bāt’ər-ĭng) n. A group of signs and symptoms characterizing a psychological disorder in a child’s parent or other custodian, resulting in a tendency or […]
- Battering ram
an ancient military device with a heavy horizontal ram for battering down walls, gates, etc. any of various similar devices, usually machine-powered, used in demolition, by police and firefighters to force entrance to a building, etc. Contemporary Examples But, also, such pulse-pounding adventure is a battering ram against the central bulwark of a civilized society. […]