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n- An ornamental stand for plants or flowers.

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  • It was what the French call a jardiniere, or a partridge garnished with cabbage, carrots, turnips, etc.
  • Another desk I have made is called a jardiniere table, and was designed for Mrs. Ogden Armour's garden room at Lake Forest.
  • An omelet "jardiniere" is two tablespoonfuls of mixed parsley, onion, chives, shallots and a few leaves each of sorrel and chevril, minced fine and stirred into the...
  • -- Boiled fowls, oyster sauce; Glazed tongue A la jardiniere.
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