Definition of Lettuces

1. Noun. (plural of lettuce) ¹



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Definition of Lettuces

1. lettuce [n] - See also: lettuce

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lettuces

lettings
lettre
lettre de cachet
lettres
lettres de cachet
lettrure
letts
lettsomite
lettsomites
lettuce
lettuce-bird
lettuce leaf
lettuce opium
lettuceless
lettucelike
lettuces (current term)
lettucey
lettucy
letuaries
letuary
letup
letups
leuc-
leucadendron
leucadendrons
leucaemia
leucaniline
leucanilines
leucazolitmin
leucemia

Literary usage of Lettuces

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1. General view of the agriculture of the county of Sussex by Arthur Young (1808)
"lettuces. The same gentleman made a remarkable experiment on lettuces for ... In May, lie planted a double row of lettuces between the rows of potatoes. ..."

2. Journal of the Royal Horticultural Society by Royal Horticultural Society (Great Britain). (1896)
"CABBAGE lettuces. 1. Batavia blonde (Vilmorin).—Heads very large and loose; of pale green colour, tinged with light red; roundish; outer leaves large and ..."

3. The Cook's Dictionary and House-keeper's Directory: A New Family Manual of by Richard Dolby (1830)
"Pick off all the ereen leaves of the lettuces, chop the hearts small, and toss them up ... Cos lettuces are dune in the same manner. lettuces, Garniture of. ..."

4. Modern Cookery, in All Its Branches: Reduced to a System of Easy Practice by Eliza Acton (1845)
"20 to 25 minutes. STEWED lettuces. Strip off the outer leaves, and cut away the stalks; wash the lettuces with exceeding nicety, ..."

5. The New American Gardener: Containing Practical Directions on the Culture of by Thomas Green Fessenden (1832)
"... -lettuces have a milder, more agreeable taste than the Cos; but when both classes are full grown, the flavour of the Cos is preferred for salads, ..."

6. An Introduction to Entomology: Or, Elements of the Natural History of by William Kirby, William Spence (1846)
"... and our lettuces by the caterpillars of several species of moth ; one of which is the beautiful tiger-moth ..."

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