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Definition of the noun curacoa

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noun - plural: curacoas

  1. flavored with sour orange peel

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Google previewMaritime Geography and Statistics ... (1815)

by James Hingston Tuckey

* Little Curacoa is an islet off the S.E. point of the Great. Aruba is a small uninhabited island affording only wood. >tew 1 1 . □ NEW SPAIN. - ' The region 288 MARITIME GEOGRAPHY.

Google previewMaritime geography and statistics, or A description of the ocean and its coasts, maritime commerce, navigation, &c (1815)

by James Hingston Tuckey

Little Curacoa is an islet off the S.E. point of the Great. Aruba is a small uninhabited island affording only wood. . . New NEW SPAIN. f The region of North America, ...

Google previewAn Introduction to Ancient and Modern Geography (1821)

On the Plan of Goldsmith and Guy; Comprising Rules for Projecting Maps, with an Atlas by Jacob Abbot Cummings

Curacoa is a small ...

Google previewPreserving, pickling and confectionary; for the use of families, etc (1839)

CURACoA is a very delicious article, and resembles ratafia in its nature. To prepare it, take the thin outside rind of eighteen Seville oranges, bruised very completely, one and a quarter pound of white sugarcandy pounded very fine, one ounce ...

Google previewCongressional Series of United States Public Documents (1840)

Curacoa is a free warehousing port. At Java, merchandise generally pays an ad valorem duty on the invoice price ; 7 and four fifths per centum in a Dutch vessel, 15 and three-fifths per centum in a foreign vessel. Wines, brandies, &c, pay ...

Google previewMiss Leslie's Complete Cookery (2008)

Directions for Cookery, in Its Various Branches by Eliza Leslie

Curacoa is a great improvement to punch ; also a table-spoonful of it in a tumbler of water makes a very refreshing summer drink. PATENT YEAST.— Boil half a pound of fresh hops in four quarts of water, till the liquid is reduced, to two quarts ...

Google previewAn Epitome of Universal Geography, Or, A Description of the Various Countries of the Globe (1830)

With a View of Their Political Condition at the Present Time by Nathan Hale

Curacoa is a station for a considerable trade.

Google previewThe Encyclopædia of Geography, Etc (1839)

by Thomas T. SMILEY

Curacoa is a larger island, not far from the coast of South America. Williamstadt, the capital, has a fine harbour, and some trade. Population, 8000. The Dutch participate with France in the small island of St. Martin's, valuable almost solely for its ...

Google previewDirections for Cookery (2013)

Being a System of the Art, in Its Various Branches by Eliza Leslie

Curacoa is a great improvement to punch; also a table-spoonful of it in a tumbler of water makes a very refreshing summer drink. PATENT YEAST.—Boil half a pound of fresh hops in four quarts of water, till the liquid is reduced to two quarts.

Google previewThe American Universal Geography (1819)

Or, A View of the Present State of All the Kingdoms, States and Colonies in the Known World... by Jedidiah Morse, Aaron Arrowsmith, Samuel Lewis

Little Curacoa is an islet near the S. E. cape.

Google previewThe London Magazine, and Monthly Chronologer (1741)

Curacoa is the nearest to the Continent, and therefore well fortified, and thoroughl peopled, tho' its Soil does not afford so much as will subfist its Inhabitants for one Day; but they are constantly furnished with Provisions from the other two ...

Google previewThe Encyclopædia of Geography (1837)

Comprising a Complete Description of the Earth, Physical, Statistical, Civil, and Political by Hugh Murray

Curacoa is a larger island, far to the west of the others, and only about seventy miles distant from the Spanish main. It is about thirty miles long, and ten broad; but the greater part of its surface is arid and unfertile, and its importance was chiefly ...

Google previewA Grammar School Geography (1899)

Descriptive, Industrial, and Commercial by John Newell Tilden

Curacoa is an island off the coast of Venezuela. Cotton and sugar are cultivated, and salt is exported. Curacoa cordial is flavored with a peculiar species of orange ...

Google previewManual of Useful Information (1893)

Embracing More Than 100,000 Facts, Figures and Fancies, Drawn from Every Land and Language, and Carefully Classified for the Ready Reference of Teachers, Students and the Family Circle

Curacoa is a well known ...

Google previewAn Accompaniment to Mitchell's Map of the World, on Mercator's Projection (1844)

Containing an Index to the Various Countries, Cities, Towns, Islands, Etc., Represented on the Map : and So Connected Therewith, that the Position of Any Place Exhibited on it May be Readily Ascertained : Also, a General Description of the Five Great Divisions of the Globe, America, Europe, Africa, Asia, and Oceanica, with Their Several Empires, Kingdoms, States, Territories, Etc

Curacoa is a larger island, far to the west of the others, and only about seventy miles distant from the Spanish main. It is about thirty miles long, and ten broad ; bat the greater part of its surface is arid and unfertile, and its importance was chiefly ...

Google previewThe Gentleman's and London Magazine (1741)

Or Monthly Chronologer, 1741-1794

Curacoa is the nearest to the Continent, and therefore well fortified, and thoroughly peopled, tho' its Soil does not afford so much as will subsist its Inhabitants for one Day; but they are constantly furnished with Provisions from the other two ...

Google previewAn Encyclopaedia of Geography (1844)

Comprising a Complete Description of the Earth, Exhibiting... by Hugh Murray

Curacoa is a Erger island, far to the west of the others, and only about seventy miles distant from the Spanish main. It is about thirty miles long, and ten broad; but part 0 its surface is arid and unfertile; and its importance was chiefly derived from ...

Google previewThe Treasury of Knowledge and Library of Reference: pt. I. A compendious English grammar by Goold Brown. English dictionary ed. by Lyman Cobb, 6th ed. pt. II. The new universal gazetteer by Edwin Williams, 7th ed. pt. III. An epitome of chronology and history, with an appendix; a compendious classical dictionary; and a dictionary of law terms...by a gentleman of the New York bar...6th ed (1836)

Curacoa, an island in belonging to the Dutch, broad. The principal and tobacco. The chie and Williamstadt. somecity, well built,andap Lon. 69 16 W., lat. 1222 N. --- Curran, a town of Gallatin county, Currant, a river of Arkansas, whichu ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Metropolitana, Or, Universal Dictionary of Knowledge (1845)

Comprising the Twofold Advantage of a Philosophical and an Alphabetical Arrangement, with Appropriate Engravings by Edward Smedley, Hugh James Rose, Henry John Rose

CURACOA, a West India Island, situated immediately off the Province of the Caracas, in the Republic of Colombia, on the northern shore of South America. Cunujoa is the westernmost Island of the groupc classed ...

Google previewThe Edinburgh Encyclopaedia (1832)

XIII CALEpoNIA New, CARINTHIA, CARNIolIA, CASHMERE, CAUCASUs, CAYENNE, CHESHIRE, CHESTER, CIRcAssIA, CIRCUs, CLARE, CoRSICA, CourLAND, CoNGo, CoNNECTICUT, CURAcoA, CURDISTAN, CUsco, GeoRGIA , and ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Modern Coral Reefs (2010)

Structure, Form and Process by David Hopley

Curacoa Island on the Great Barrier Reef has 22 consecutive coral shingle ridges parallel to the shore on its northwestern or sheltered side. Individual ridges extend for over 100 m along the shore and rise to over 5 m above the mid-tide level ...

Google previewThe Telegraph Dictionary, and Seamen's Signal Book (1845)

Adapted to Signals by Flags Or Other Semaphores; and Arranged for Secret Correspondence, Through Morse's Electro-magnetic Telegraph: for the Use of Commanders of Vessels, Merchants, &c by Henry J. Rogers

Curacoa, (C. 12,730 . . . Liverpool, Ground, bulk, per bushel.

Google previewThe Edinburgh encyclopaedia, conducted by D. Brewster (1830)

by Edinburgh encyclopaedia

Curacoa. Skrub. 28. Subernsa. Dominica aud the Antilles. Shr.' 29. Pellata. A"tilles. Shrub. 30. Hvteracea. Antilles in hedges. Shrub. 31. Glaitca. Cayenne.

Google previewThe Edinburgh Gazetteer, Or Geographical Dictionary ... (1822)

Accompanied by an Atlas

CURacoA, an island in the Caribbean sea, about 75 miles from the coast of the Caraccas, with several good ports. It is 30 miles long and 10 broad. It produces sugar and tobacco, also large and small cattle; but in general its soil is not fertile, ...

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The value of this 7-letter word is 11 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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