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pod

noun as in encasement of vegetable seeds

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Weganool fabric made with calotropis pod fibers, which are viewable on the left.

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They usually travel in pods, too, so it’s especially odd this beluga was spotted alone.

I asked him if the rise of the learning pod will make existing disparities worse.

These pods will still be made up of public school students, who are getting some level of online instruction from public school teachers.

Sitting at the bow of a boat, they sniff the air blown toward them from a pod of orcas.

The Navy and Marine Corps versions of the F-35 have differing configurations and rely on an external gun pod.

But at Cheshire, prisoners rarely, if ever, leave their pod.

The faction leaders each take a colony pod and set out to form their own society on the new planet.

When he first tries the pods for himself, he fails to realize that a fly has made its way into the other pod.

Top adviser Eric Fehrnstrom told MSNBC that Santorum and Gingrich are “two peas in a pod—longtime Washington legislators.”

It bears a pod similar to that of the locust, to which it is related, containing eight to twelve beans.

Instantly it split, showing the gummed red seeds clinging to the inner walls of the sensitive pod.

The bark is light in colour; and the capsule pod contains a large quantity of down, of a brown tint, and exquisite silky softness.

It is very long--nearly twice as long as this page and looks much more like a stem than a seed-pod.

She and her kitten were as much alike as two peas in a pod—jet-black, and with beautiful yellow-green eyes.

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On this page you'll find 17 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to pod, such as: capsule, husk, skin, case, covering, and hull.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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