If desired both clams and broth can be used in making the bisque, and all strained before serving.
As it was I won in an uneventful six, and took with a bisque the short hole which followed.
His was a figure for sculpture—a frame powerfully modelled, a bisque complexion.
A bisque is one stroke which may be claimed at any time during a set.
A bisque of craw-fish may also be served à la Colbert the same as a bisque of lobster.
I tell you: how would it be if we began with a bisque of crab?
There were bronzes on the mantel, and tall vases of Sévres, and statuettes of bisque brilliantly tinted.
And just to prove it I'll bet you a ball a hole from here in—no handicap—not even a bisque.
Earthenware, porcelain, &c., which has undergone its first baking and is ready to be glazed is also known as biscuit or bisque.
I assure you I shall appreciate anything from hardtack to bisque ice-cream.
soup, 1640s, bisk, from French bisque "crayfish soup" (17c.), said to be an altered form of Biscaye "Biscay." Gamillscheg says: "Volkstümliche Entlehnung aus norm. bisque 'schlechtes Getränk.'" Modern form in English from 1731.
"unglazed porcelain," 1660s, alteration of biscuit.