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How to use haricot in a sentence
If you had supped with me, your meal had been a mess of haricot, washed down with the light wines of the "Pays Latin.'"Gerald Fitzgerald|Charles James Lever
Weigh out 250 grammes haricot beans and add to the water in the flask.
Weigh out 250 grammes haricot beans, place in the flask with the agar mixture.
We added to this some haricot beans, with butter and sweet herbs, and a dish of young potatoes.The Chaplain of the Fleet|Walter Besant and James Rice
The cooks are in a very bad temper because the haricot beans, defying all efforts and coaxings, remain obdurately hard.'Neath Verdun, August-October, 1914|Maurice Genevoix