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Mache appears in the following pangram (a sentence using every letter of the alphabet at least once):

  • Lazy movers quit hard-packing of papier-mache jewelry boxes. (50 letters)
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Mache a.k.a. Maché is a commune in the Vendée department in the Pays de la Loire region in western France.

  • also known as 马舍
  • part of Vendée


  1. Mache is a fictional character from the 1964 film Mofturi 1900.
  2. Mache is a fictional character from the 2009 film The Locker.


Mache a.k.a. Corn salad: Valerianella locusta is a small dicot annual plant of the family Caprifoliaceae that is an edible leaf vegetable with a characteristic nutty flavor, dark green color, and soft texture, popularly served as salad greens. Common names include corn salad, common cornsalad, lamb's lettuce, mâche, fetticus, feldsalat, nut lettuce, field salad, and rapunzel. In restaurants that feature French cooking, it may be called doucette or raiponce, as an alternative to mâche, by which it is best known. In German-speaking Switzerland it is known as Nüsslisalat or Nüssli, terms that have been borrowed by the area's many English-speakers.

  • also known as Lamb's lettuce, Mâche, Fetticus, Feldsalat, Nut lettuce, Field salad, Rapunzel, Doucette, Raiponce, cornsalad, Valerianella locusta


  1. Mache a.k.a. Bodo Language: Bodo, or Mech, is the Sino-Tibetan language of the Bodo people of north-eastern India and Nepal. It is one of the official languages of the Indian state of Assam, and is one of the 22 scheduled languages that is given a special constitutional status in India. Bodo language is written using Devanagari script. Earlier it was written using Roman Script. Devanagari has been used for Bodo since 1963.
  2. Mache is an obsolete unit of volumic radioactivity named for the Austrian physicist Heinrich Mache. It was defined as the quantity of radon per litre of air which ionises a sustained current of 0.001 esu.

Phrases with Mache

  1. Paper Mache
  2. paper-mache
  3. papier-mache
  4. Cochranella mache
  5. Species Cochranella Mache

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Mache

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Google previewGreat Greens (2003)

Fresh, Flavorful, and Innovative Recipes by Georgeanne Brennan, Todd Koons, Frankie Frankeny

Mache (Valenanella locusta) Also known as lamb's lettuce and com salad, mache is a small, tender cluster of dark green leaves with a nutty flavor and silky texture. There are several vaneties, some with a spoon or cup-shaped ...

Google previewThe California Wine Country Diet (2006)

by Haven Logan

Pronounced “mosh,” mache is a delicate succulent green with graceful, velvety leaves. This is a delightful salad that easily makes for a full meal. While the preparation takes a while, the bonus is that all the ingredients can be used for future ...

Google previewPay Dirt (2010)

How To Make $10,000 a Year From Your Backyard Garden by John Tullock

Mache is a delicately flavored green that tolerates cold so well that it can be planted in fall and left to overwinter. Also called corn salad, lamb's lettuce, and rapunzel, it is always eaten fresh. Grow as you would lettuce, but cover the large seeds ...

Google previewArt 4-11 (1988)

Art in the Early Years of Schooling by Margaret Morgan

Papier mache is a mixture of wet paper and a water-based adhesive (Polycell is excellent for this purpose). It can be pulped and modelled like clay or applied in sheets and strips over supporting surfaces and structures. Soft wire armatures ...

Google previewPlanning for Parks and Recreation Needs in Urban Areas

Papier- mache is a prime craft material for this, for sculpture, and for making masks. Women should have sewing, knitting, crotcheting, tapestry making, and needlework classes and courses available to them. Carpentry, toy making, and ...

Google previewSpectacles and Other Vision Aids (1996)

A History and Guide to Collecting by J. William Rosenthal

Papier Alacne Papier mache is a method of fashioning objects and was patented in 1772 by Henry Clay in Birmingham, England. Cellulose pulp from ground paper or wood was mixed with animal glue or gum arabic, pressed into a mold, and ...

Google previewOsage Dictionary (2014)

by Carolyn Quintero

и LFD 103: mache/mahce ...

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Artists aren't really people. And I'm actually 40 per cent papier mache. (Steven Morrissey)
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Scrabble value of M3A1C3H4E1

The value of this 5-letter word is 12 points. It is included in the second edition of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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