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bri·quette

also bri·quet  (brĭ-kĕt′)
n.
A block of compressed coal dust, charcoal, or sawdust and wood chips, used for fuel and kindling.

[French, diminutive of brique, brick, from Middle Dutch bricke.]

briquet


Past participle: briqueted
Gerund: briqueting

Imperative
briquet
briquet
Present
I briquet
you briquet
he/she/it briquets
we briquet
you briquet
they briquet
Preterite
I briqueted
you briqueted
he/she/it briqueted
we briqueted
you briqueted
they briqueted
Present Continuous
I am briqueting
you are briqueting
he/she/it is briqueting
we are briqueting
you are briqueting
they are briqueting
Present Perfect
I have briqueted
you have briqueted
he/she/it has briqueted
we have briqueted
you have briqueted
they have briqueted
Past Continuous
I was briqueting
you were briqueting
he/she/it was briqueting
we were briqueting
you were briqueting
they were briqueting
Past Perfect
I had briqueted
you had briqueted
he/she/it had briqueted
we had briqueted
you had briqueted
they had briqueted
Future
I will briquet
you will briquet
he/she/it will briquet
we will briquet
you will briquet
they will briquet
Future Perfect
I will have briqueted
you will have briqueted
he/she/it will have briqueted
we will have briqueted
you will have briqueted
they will have briqueted
Future Continuous
I will be briqueting
you will be briqueting
he/she/it will be briqueting
we will be briqueting
you will be briqueting
they will be briqueting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been briqueting
you have been briqueting
he/she/it has been briqueting
we have been briqueting
you have been briqueting
they have been briqueting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been briqueting
you will have been briqueting
he/she/it will have been briqueting
we will have been briqueting
you will have been briqueting
they will have been briqueting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been briqueting
you had been briqueting
he/she/it had been briqueting
we had been briqueting
you had been briqueting
they had been briqueting
Conditional
I would briquet
you would briquet
he/she/it would briquet
we would briquet
you would briquet
they would briquet
Past Conditional
I would have briqueted
you would have briqueted
he/she/it would have briqueted
we would have briqueted
you would have briqueted
they would have briqueted
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.briquet - a block made from charcoal or coal dust and burned as fuel
block - a solid piece of something (usually having flat rectangular sides); "the pyramids were built with large stone blocks"
Translations

briquet(te)

nBrikett nt
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Nay, nay, Sir Nigel," cried the prince, "fasten not the offence upon Sir Robert Briquet, for we are one and all bogged in the same mire.
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Anderson said the French-manufactured briquet sword, discovered near the south wall, could have been used by noncommissioned Mexican infantrymen during the 1836 battle for the Alamo.
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In what follows, I make reference to four primary resources of dated watermarks: the published album of Charles Moise Briquet (shorthand reference=Briquet); the unpublished archive of tracings at the Bibliotheque de Geneve (shorthand reference=Briquet Archive); the print volumes of Gerhard Piccard (cited by volume); and the online database of the Piccard collection (=Piccard Online).
Several authors worked on Verbena later and increased the number to 650-700 taxa (Kunth, 1818; Martens & Galeotti, 1844; Schauer, 1847; Briquet, 1895; 1904a; 1904b; 1904c; 1907; Perry, 1933; Moldenke, 1940; 1947-1959; 1962-1964; 1971; 1973; 1976-1982; Yeo, 1990; Michael, 1995; 1997).
KINGSFORD HAS FOUND A WAY TO BRING THIS EXPERIENCE TO LIFE FASTER THROUGH A NEWLY DESIGNED BRIQUET.
xiv), RILM intends to enrich, add lists and abstracts, and extend Briquet chronologically, though another source appeared first.
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Komarek doubles machine productivity through the addition of a second pair of briquet forming rolls.