Afterwards she regaled herself with the breast of a cygnet, stuffed with almonds, and stewed with violets and cream.
Except in the state of a cygnet, and that rarely, the bird now is not met with at table.
He looked towards the cygnet, still as a painted ship upon the silver sluggish flood.
In the beginning of January , the cygnet was removed to without the bar of the river.
The bowline is also shown in the drawing of the 'cygnet,' 35 tons, in a following chapter on Thames Clubs.
When the cygnet tied up at Barnegat at noon to-day I was fit as a fiddle.
The young swan is called a cygnet, from the French word for "swan."
It was four o'clock when we reached Strasburg, where we stopped at The cygnet.
The boat that carried Baldry came last, and that adventurer was the latest to set foot upon the cygnet's deck.
It was to one of this band that the Captain of the cygnet addressed his latest words.
c.1400, also signet before 17c., from Anglo-French, diminutive of Old French cigne, cisne "swan" (12c., Modern French cygne), from Latin cygnus, from Greek kyknos, perhaps from PIE *keuk- "to be white."