noun, verb (used with object), bri·quet·ted, bri·quet·ting.
Examples from the Web for briquet
Briquet, M.—De quelques industries nouvelles dont le papier est la base.The Manufacture of Paper|Robert Walter Sindall
"More calmly," said a voice at once soft and imperative, of which Briquet vainly sought the owner.The Forty-Five Guardsmen|Alexandre Dumas
You are not too tired to chatter and drink wine with a clown, and when your duty calls you—Briquet!
You are an enemy of enlightenment, you are an obscurantist, Briquet.
The steel or briquet is to be seen also in the hinges and in the metal coverings for the reins.Authorised Guide to the Tower of London|W. J. Loftie