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The seaweeds Rhodymenia palmata (dulse) and Desmarestia are plentiful; also beautiful worms, crustaceans, and starfishes.
THE SEA-BEACH AT EBB-TIDEAUGUSTA FOOTE ARNOLD
Well, dulse is a purple stuffwhen you see a lot of it together, it looks as if a million toy-balloons had burst.
MAIDA'S LITTLE SHOPINEZ HAYNES IRWIN
There was a lift among the dulse-heaps, as though a finger stirred them and let loose their keen salt smells.
The Indians here have quite a variety in the way of vegetable food in dulse, seaweed, and berries.
JACK THE YOUNG CANOEMANGEORGE BIRD GRINNELL
The carts were now full of the wet dulse, trembling like jelly as the oxen moved over the beach.
THE HEIR TO GRAND PRJOHN FREDERIC HERBIN
"I'm going to help Mr. Harrison haul dulse this morning," announced Davy.
ANNE OF AVONLEALUCY MAUD MONTGOMERY
Rhodymenia palmata (dulse) is an article of food in Ireland and Scotland.
THE SEA-BEACH AT EBB-TIDEAUGUSTA FOOTE ARNOLD
It was, however, not a little surprising to see how speedily these men revived upon landing on the rock and eating a little dulse.
RECORDS OF A FAMILY OF ENGINEERSROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
They'll mind it a' their days—the flooers and the dulse for naething, and the grossets and the Gregory's mixture.
ERCHIE(AKA HUGH FOULIS) NEIL MUNRO
Maida contributed some dulse for the hair, slitting it into ribbons, which she stuck on with glue.
MAIDA'S LITTLE SHOPINEZ HAYNES IRWIN

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