farinaceous

[ far-uh-ney-shuh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF farinaceous

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The flesh is firm, white, and has a farinaceous taste as well as odor.

The lungs are satisfied with a provision of vegetable and farinaceous food.

The result is, they know but little of farinaceous or vegetable food.

The kernel has a mild, farinaceous, oily taste, agreeable to the palate.

The fruit is of a farinaceous quality, but so bitter as to be useless for food.

It was easily distinguished from the farinaceous pellets then collected by other bees.

Farinaceous articles of diet can be added to milk with advantage.

So also with potatoes, rice, and other farinaceous and pulpy substances used as substitutes350 for wheat-flour.

The farinaceous fruits (grain), as already stated, furnish the principal and most useful portion of the food of man.

The Rodent varies his diet: to oily and farinaceous foods he adds the Snail.

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