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Use "swedes" in a sentence
"Growing up in Britain, turnips where white and swedes were yellow - I liked them better than turnips - I suspect that what we called "swedes" - very often used as cattle food - were what in the US is called rutabagas. esperanza"
"However, just to confuse matters, the Scots call swedes "neeps", and the Cornish also insist that they are filling their pasties with turnips, when in fact they are swedes."
"also known as swedes for some reason it's a close relative of the turnip but with yellowish-orange flesh and is usually six to eight inches in diameter."