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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
References in classic literature ?
"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.
Three other people have joined the team since the Startup Weekend: Mark Mouawad, a first-year student in computer science at EPFL; Bastian Muriel, who is pursuing a PhD in organic chemistry, also at EPFL; and Marc Briquet, who is working on a PhD in neuroscience at UNIL.
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.
Two of these, both Briquet online and Piccard online, we found particularly useful.
(17.) Based on a comparison with Briquet watermarks, this partially visible watermark most closely resembles the "arms of Basel with three circles" seen in types 656, 12103, 12122.
L'affaire commence par d'autres formes egalement tres repandues, comme l'inhalation d'essence, de cirage de chaussures, de gaz de briquet ou encore de fumee de fourmis brulees!
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. THIS IS AN EXCITING DEVELOPMENT FOR GRILLERS WHO LOVE THE TASTE OF CHARCOAL-GRILLED FOODS BUT ARE LOOKING FOR CONVENIENCE, GIVEN TODAY'S FAST-PACED LIFESTYLE."