noun, plural qua·torz·es [kuh-tawr-ziz; French ka-tawrz] /kəˈtɔr zɪz; French kaˈtɔrz/. Piquet.
- quaternary structure,
- quatre bras,
Origin of quatorze
Examples from the Web for quatorze
"But I had a quatorze, and took the fishes," replied Des Meloises.The Golden Dog|William Kirby
The Quatorze of peace days was fun to the spectators but a corve for the soldiers who marched.
Longchamp on the Quatorze was the assurance that the job of protecting France was being well looked after.
The dear old custom of the night of the Quatorze was revived.
It was lively reading, especially coming so soon after my first quatorze de juillet in the country.A Hilltop on the Marne|Mildred Aldrich