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Add the spinach a few handfuls at a time, adding more as the spinach in the pan begins to wilt.
TOSS PASTA WITH SPINACH, FETA AND DILL FOR A SPEEDY VEGETARIAN SUPPERELLIE KRIEGERJULY 8, 2021WASHINGTON POST
If you just have it out at a farmer’s market, it’s going to wilt.
IS THE FUTURE OF FARMING IN THE OCEAN? (EP. 467)STEPHEN J. DUBNERJUNE 24, 2021FREAKONOMICS
Ly braises radishes in a buttery broth, then folds in their greens until wilted.
CUT WASTE AND BOOST FLAVOR WITH SKIN-TO-SEED RECIPES THAT USE THE WHOLE VEGETABLEJOE YONANAPRIL 23, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Cook until they wilt and the liquid reduces slightly, 2 to 3 minutes.
A BUTTERY BRAISE SWEETENS RADISHES AND MELTS THEIR GREENSJOE YONANAPRIL 23, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Add the spinach and salt, and cook until the spinach wilts, releases its liquid and dries out, about 5 minutes.
CUSTOMIZE THIS CRISPY, CHEESY SPINACH PIE ANY WAY YOU LIKE ITDANIELA GALARZAAPRIL 22, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Even before the memorial flowers outside that corner market began to wilt, we understood that justice might hide itself.
DEREK CHAUVIN’S GUILTY AND SO IS THE WHOLE DAMN SYSTEMGOLDIE TAYLORAPRIL 20, 2021THE DAILY BEAST
When they emerge, the cicadas lay eggs in twigs, causing the twigs to wilt or die.
CICADA BROOD X’S LEGACY: BIRD BABIES AND WELL-FERTILIZED TREESBENJI JONESAPRIL 16, 2021VOX
It tried to forge partnerships with traditional retail giants, only to see the alliances wilt from a lack of sales.
GOOGLE’S LATEST MAPS AND GMB FEATURES UP THE ANTE FOR COMPETING PLATFORMS; WEDNESDAY’S DAILY BRIEFGEORGE NGUYENMARCH 31, 2021SEARCH ENGINE LAND
If you don’t do this, plants will probably wilt and die — or at least fail to thrive.
TIME TO DIG INADRIAN HIGGINSMARCH 17, 2021WASHINGTON POST
That’s hot but sustainable—and it meant that, with 5K to go, Dunfee was feeling good enough to accelerate as his rivals wilted in the heat.
HOW THE WORLD’S BEST ATHLETES HANDLE BRUTAL HEATALEX HUTCHINSONMARCH 10, 2021OUTSIDE ONLINE
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WORDS RELATED TO WILT

  • bagged
  • bent
  • bowed
  • bulged
  • caved in
  • curved
  • dangled
  • declined
  • dipped
  • dropped
  • dropped off
  • failed
  • fell
  • fell away
  • fell off
  • flagged
  • flapped
  • flopped
  • gave way
  • hung
  • hung down
  • languished
  • leaned
  • sank
  • settled
  • slid
  • slipped
  • slumped
  • swagged
  • wilted
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