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Use "macaronies" in a sentence
"“He is known by fifty names,” said Mr Monckton; “his friends call him the moralist; the young ladies, the crazy-man; the macaronies, the bore; in short, he is called by any and every name but his own.”"
"Do not look at either biscuits or macaronies; you have fruits of all kinds, confitures and much else that you may safely indulge in, according to my principles."
"But soon there came the spirit and the pride that were to make them the best drilled troops, the dandies and macaronies of the army."