Definition of "cabbages" [cabbages]

  • Any of various cultivated varieties of the plant Brassica oleracea capitata, typically having a short thick stalk and a large head of green or reddish edible leaves: family Brassicaceae (crucifers) (noun)
  • The head of a cabbage (noun)
  • The edible leaf bud of the cabbage palm (noun)
  • A dull or unimaginative person (noun)
  • Plural form of cabbage. (noun)

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Use "cabbages" in a sentence
  • "To old-guard, Protestant Cincinnati, Barney Kroger, for all his money, was still a rough-spoken farm boy who got his start selling cabbages from a horse-drawn cart."
  • "Even TV channels that are supposed to carry heavyweight stuff will toss in cabbages such as pro-Nessie arguments without moderation by the skeptics."
  • "Rose suggested that Okra, also known as 'Ladies Fingers', and certain Chinese cabbages are increasingly being studied and seen as a popular new vegetable to spice up the taste and nutrition benefits of dishes."
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