The entire account of this cassis was interpolated by Linnus in the pages of his amanuensis.
I never so much as looked on them as men—not in that way, for a cassis woman, m'sieu.
Before we left, we were compelled to accept a thimbleful of cassis, most delectable, and to promise to return very soon.
Strange to say nobody has ever started a cassis still on this side.
Specimens of the Strombus, cassis, and Fasciolaria were occasionally used.
Larousses dictionary says that good liqueurs were made at cassis in Provence.
This genus is distinguished from cassis by the outer lip, which is not reflected.
Take it to cassis, to Arles, to Avignon—where you will—and leave it there.
After dinner, when the coffee and cassis had been drunk, Madame Regnier invited Stella to play to them.
He who has seen Paris, and has not seen cassis, may say, "I have seen nothing."