A word that variously means unglazed pottery, pureed seafood soup, a free point / turn in some racquet sports, or unpaired absences from British House of Commons votes

Bisque.

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6 thoughts on “A word that variously means unglazed pottery, pureed seafood soup, a free point / turn in some racquet sports, or unpaired absences from British House of Commons votes

    • Agapoula! Wow! Long time no hear!

      I’m good, thanks! How are you? Now a married woman, I take it? I remember you were engaged, two years back. 🙂

      It’s pronounced ‘BISK’, to rhyme with ‘risk’.

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