plural noun, Judaism.
the four questions about the significance of the Seder service, traditionally asked at the Passover Seder by the youngest person and answered by the reading of the Haggadah.
[foo r-uh-zhair; French foo-ra-zher] /ˈfʊər əˌʒɛər; French fu raˈʒɛr/ noun, plural fourragères [foo r-uh-zhairz; French foo-ra-zher] /ˈfʊər əˌʒɛərz; French fu raˈʒɛr/ (Show IPA) (in French and U.S. military use) 1. an ornament of cord worn on the shoulder. 2. such a cord awarded as an honorary decoration, as to members of a regiment or other […]
- Four-rowed barley
[fawr-rohd, fohr-] /ˈfɔrˌroʊd, ˈfoʊr-/ noun 1. a class of barley having, in each spike, six rows of grain, with two pairs of rows overlapping.
[fawr-skawr, fohr-skohr] /ˈfɔrˈskɔr, ˈfoʊrˈskoʊr/ adjective 1. times twenty; eighty. /ˌfɔːˈskɔː/ determiner 1. an archaic word for eighty n. “eighty,” mid-13c., “formerly current as an ordinary numeral” [OED], from four + score (n.).
- Four sheets to the wind
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