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briquet

[bri-ket] /brɪˈkɛt/
noun, verb (used with object), briquetted, briquetting.
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  • The briquet is used in Europe where the fuel supply is limited.

  • And you, briquet, heartless brute, you still ask why I need money!

    He Who Gets Slapped Leonid Nikolayevich Andreyev
  • You are an enemy of enlightenment, you are an obscurantist, briquet.

    He Who Gets Slapped Leonid Nikolayevich Andreyev
  • briquet, you make me sick; you are an absolute despot, an Asiatic.

    He Who Gets Slapped Leonid Nikolayevich Andreyev
  • Brachet was of the same opinion as briquet, and so considered it rare.

  • Now go with him, briquet, show him the ring and the stables—I have something to write.

    He Who Gets Slapped Leonid Nikolayevich Andreyev
  • Dear briquet, please order them to prolong the intermission a little more.

    He Who Gets Slapped Leonid Nikolayevich Andreyev
  • The manager, "Papa" briquet, is a stout quiet man of average height.

    He Who Gets Slapped Leonid Nikolayevich Andreyev
  • "More calmly," said a voice at once soft and imperative, of which briquet vainly sought the owner.

    The Forty-Five Guardsmen Alexandre Dumas
  • briquet imagined this to be the window of the hall, and thought that if he could gain this place he could see all.

    The Forty-Five Guardsmen Alexandre Dumas

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