noun, plural bat·te·ries [bat-uh-reez; French batuh-ree]. /ˈbæt ə riz; French batəˈri/. Ballet.
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The big cannons—la batterie triomphale—we see behind the moats are those captured in the Napolonic wars.Historic Paris|Jetta S. Wolff
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
Quickly is their colossal batterie de cuisine placed on the fire; still more quickly is it emptied.Sketches of Central Asia (1868)|Arminius Vmbry
In the model kitchen is the exquisite range, with its polished batterie de cuisine.The Art of Entertaining|M. E. W. Sherwood
And yet, a housewife's batterie de cuisine was of the simplest.The Mother of Washington and Her Times|Sara Agnes Rice Pryor