rappee

NOUN
  1. strong snuff made from dark coarse tobacco
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How To Use rappee In A Sentence

  • _Râpé_ became in English "rappee," familiar in snuff-taking days as the name for a coarse kind of snuff made from the darker and ranker tobacco leaves. The Social History of Smoking
  • Le mot “dollar” est beaucoup plus ancien que la monnaie des Etats-Unis et provient du mot “thaler”, qui désignait des pièces de monnaie frappées à partir de 1519. Archive 2010-06-01
  • “I call it doosid stale old rappee,” says Mr. Brummell — (as for me I declare I could not smell anything at all in either of the boxes.) “Old boy in smock-frock, take a pinch?” Roundabout Papers
  • Put new CHRG wid xtree strong padding on. rappee in softee blankee and escort to recobbery room. Did enneebuddee - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?
  • Searching as her own small rappee, she, in spite of her promise, urged Jeanie with still farther questions. The Heart of Mid-Lothian
  • I demanded where their rappee was? the good woman pointed to the place; and I took up a scollop-shell of it, refusing to let her weight it, and filled my box. Clarissa Harlowe
  • “She thanked Mr. Warrington, in tones so hollow and tragic, that he started back, and must have upset some of his rappee, for Macbeth sneezed thrice.” The Virginians
  • Likewise, I came to carry a snuff-box, and to consume in secret huge quantities of rappee. The Fitz-Boodle Papers
  • Here Mr. Sterne was interrupted by a monk of the Order of St. Francis, who stepped into the room, and begged us all to take a pinch of his famous old rappee. Roundabout Papers
  • I have excellent gloves and wash-balls, Madam: rappee, Scots, Portugal, and all sorts of snuff. Clarissa Harlowe
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