Definition of Esculents

1. Noun. (plural of esculent) ¹



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Definition of Esculents

1. esculent [n] - See also: esculent

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Esculents

escrol
escroll
escrolls
escrols
escrow
escrow funds
escrowed
escrowing
escrows
escuage
escuages
escudo
escudos
esculapian
esculent
esculents (current term)
esculic
esculic acid
esculin
escutcheon
escutcheon pin
escutcheoned
escutcheons
esemplastic
eseridine
eserine
eserine aminoxide
eserine oxide
eserine salicylate
eserines

Literary usage of Esculents

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1. Peru by William Hickling Prescott (1900)
"—Important esculents. " SCIENCE was not intended for the people, but for those of generous blood. Persons of low degree are only puffed up by it, ..."

2. An American Glossary by Richard Hopwood Thornton (1912)
"... of " all the savoury esculents, which bosom." a. 1611 Mars, smear'd with the dust and bloud Of humanes, and Ocean pours forth upon poor humane from her ..."

3. History of the Conquest of Peru by William Hickling Prescott, John Foster Kirk (1893)
"—Important esculents. " SCIENCE was not intended for the people ; but for those of generous blood. Persons of low degree are only puffed up by it, ..."

4. The Natural History of Selborne by Gilbert White, George Christopher Davies (1890)
"... esculents. But it is much to be regretted that it is scarce possible for any observer to be so full and exact as he could wish in reciting the ..."

5. The Horticulturist; Or, An Attempt to Teach the Science and Practice of the by John Claudius Loudon, Loudon (Jane) (1849)
"... esculents may also, hi general, be used as greens. Nettles are a very common substitute, and an excellent one when gathered tender. SECT. 1 1. ..."

6. A Narrative of Travels in Northern Africa, in the Years 1818, 19, and 20 by George Francis Lyon (1821)
"Aspect of the Country—State of Cultivation—Minerals—Animals—Birds—Vegetable Productions—Fruits—esculents—Time and Manner of cultivating Grain—Water ..."

7. The Book of the Garden by Charles McIntosh (1855)
"TRANSPLANTING CULINARY esculents. There are, for the most part, only three objects in transplanting these (some of which, however, do not admit of the ..."

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