ottar

NOUN
  1. essential oil or perfume obtained from flowers
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  • They were, indeed, like other cottars, a kind of feudal dependents, occupying an acre or two of the land, in return for which they performed certain stipulated labour, called cottar-wark. Robert Falconer
  • The next time I met this student he had completed his studies and was employed as a clerk in the Italian railway station at Chiasso, the frontier town on the S. Gottardo, at an annual salary of 1,080 lire, which is about 43 pounds 4s. Diversions in Sicily
  • Gill's pan-fried sea bass with tabbouleh, preserved lemon, bottarga and lemon oil was less successful, with the flavours clashing a little too violently.
  • The less energetic could take the easy walk to the cable car and ride to the summit of Mount Mottarone.
  • Add two ounces of the juice of lily bulbs, two ounces of honey, two drams of rose water, and a drop or two of ottar of roses. Searchlights on Health: Light on Dark Corners A Complete Sexual Science and a Guide to Purity and Physical Manhood, Advice To Maiden, Wife, And Mother, Love, Courtship, And Marriage
  • We left them in the clutches of the celebrated Turkish guide, "FAR-AWAY MOSES," who will seduce them into buying a ship-load of ottar of roses, splendid Turkish vestments, and all manner of curious things they can never have any use for. It Never Changes
  • Here, had a cottar encountered me under such circumstances, I would doubtless have been thought a witch or a fairy. Sick Cycle Carousel
  • Also make an emulsion of eight drops of ottar of roses with thirty grains of gum arabic and eight fluid ounces of water; then add three fluid ounces of glycerine, and ten fluid drachms of quince mucilage. Burroughs' Encyclopaedia of Astounding Facts and Useful Information, 1889
  • Stir 1/4 of a pound of Castile soap, and place it in a jar near the fire, pour over it 1/2 pint of alcohol; when the soap is dissolved and mixed with the spirit, add 1 ounce of glycerine, the same of oil of almonds, with a few drops of essence of violets, or ottar of roses, then pour it into moulds to cool for use. Burroughs' Encyclopaedia of Astounding Facts and Useful Information, 1889
  • Starters include bresaola with smoked aubergine and chestnut; crispy fried mushrooms with bottarga or burrata and truffle honey. Times, Sunday Times
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