rhubarb

[ roo-bahrb ]SEE DEFINITION OF rhubarb

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Among these are rhubarb, cranberries, and green gooseberries.

Peel the rhubarb stalks and cut them into small square pieces.

At one end, next the rhubarb, grew feathery asparagus, with red berries.

Well, her ladyship is bent on making some marmalade and rhubarb jam.

Rhubarb down at the point at the Forbes Municipal Field, but that's about all.

It was only to be had from the druggists as you nowadays buy an ounce of rhubarb.

Dissolve the sugar in the milk, then add the butter and rhubarb cut up.

Rhubarb, or “pie plant,” is eaten stewed, and made into pie.

As none of these touched a vital spot, they might as well have been rhubarb pills!

Those most commonly employed are Gin-sing, rhubarb, and China-root.

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