a large European chestnut, especially as used in cooking, and often candied or preserved in syrup.
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How to use marron in a sentence
"The scale of Wall Street is bigger by several orders of magnitude," says marron.
The vast majority of business," says marron, "is done at very high ethical standards.
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Big collectors like Marty Margulies, Agnes Gund, Frances Bowes, Don marron, and Helen Schwab roamed the art-filled aisles.
The Daily Beast consulted financial specialist Don marron on where we are in the economic turmoil.Private Equity Specialist Don Marron on How to Navigate the Meltdown | The Daily Beast | November 3, 2008 | THE DAILY BEAST
Where the chocolate fails, however, the marron glacé is an infallible specific.In the Days of My Youth | Amelia Ann Blandford Edwards
Now, cambare is something like the Hindu name kam, and marron (marroon) indicates a plant escaped from cultivation.Origin of Cultivated Plants | Alphonse De Candolle
Here and there around the base of the whipped cream place a marron glac.
Vermont was a favourite with Miss Penelope, owing chiefly to his frequent gifts of marron glacs--a great weakness of hers.Adrien Leroy | Charles Garvice
Then I fell prone on the ground, and remembered that I had eaten one marron for dinner.
British Dictionary definitions for marron (1 of 2)
a large edible sweet chestnut
British Dictionary definitions for marron (2 of 2)
a large freshwater crayfish of Western Australia, Cherax tenuimanus
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