Thesaurus / cabbage
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The rest wasn't no more to compare with her than a dandalion is to a cabbage rose.

The two city-bred artists knew a wall-flower from a cabbage and a rose from a sprig of asparagus, and that was all.

Spring-traps or gins must be suspended to small stakes or cabbage stalks.

It feeds on most plants of the cabbage tribe, and in flower gardens on mignonette and nasturtiums.

Cut the cabbages very fine, and put in a layer of cabbage and a sprinkle of salt until the whole is in.

Remove seeds from peppers and chop fine with the onion and cabbage.

Any suggestion which would tend to weaken the faith of any one in storks or cabbage leaves is generally frowned upon.

Pieces of HateHeywood Broun

There are colonnades of palms, clumps of palms, groves of palms-sago and cabbage and cocoa and fan palms.

Heat to the boiling point, then pour over the cabbage, chill and then serve.

"In any case he'd have a disposition like a cabbage," insisted Margaret, who did not like cabbage any more than Tom did.

Ethel Morton's HolidaysMabell S. C. Smith

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