[maz-uh-reen, maz-uh-reen, -rin]
- a deep, rich blue.
- a silver strainer fitting over a meat dish and used for draining the water from boiled fish.
Origin of mazarine
1665–75; < French, perhaps named after Cardinal Mazarin
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Examples from the Web for mazarine
This was one of the results of Mazarine's excessive parsimony.
In 1840 he was appointed one of the conservators of the Mazarine Library.
Gregory moved to the rue Mazarine, to be near the Comédie Française.All About Coffee
William H. Ukers
So began the printing of what was to become famous as the Mazarine Bible.Historic Inventions
Rupert S. Holland
The other is known as the Forty-two line, or Mazarine Bible.The Story of Nuremberg