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  • Do we hold that cabbages grow by law but character comes by chance? Cited from Religious Education in the Family, by Henry F. Cope
  • His father had told him to re-set some young cabbages. Cited from A Chinese Wonder Book, by Norman Hinsdale Pitman
  • I go to see her sometimes, and we eat the cabbages she has grown herself. Cited from The Princess Priscilla's Fortnight, by Elizabeth von Arnim
  • You see they did just as their mother said, and did not step on the young cabbages. Cited from The Dutch Twins, by Lucy Fitch Perkins
  • In the early seasons you will plant your cabbages early, and in the late seasons later. Cited from Trees, Fruits and Flowers of Minnesota, 1916, ed. by A. W. Latham
  • You can have no cabbages without a world to grow them in. Cited from Falling in Love, by Grant Allen
  • When stored under less ideal conditions, cabbage can still last up to four months.
  • Our cabbages, which here come so true by seed, cannot form heads in hot countries. Cited from Animals and Plants under Domestication V 1, Darwin
  • They were out of the game if they dropped any of the items held or received a third cabbage.
  • He took both kinds of cabbage and went back to the castle.
  • According to some, the amount of meat should equal the amount of cabbage.
  • He went on and found a different patch of cabbage which turned him back into a man.
  • From that small beginning all our garden cabbages have come. Cited from On the Seashore, by R. Cadwallader Smith
  • We found also one cabbage tree, which we cut down for the cabbages. Cited from Voyages and Travels, Vol. 13, by Robert Kerr
  • Their new position was in a great field of cabbages, upon reaching which the captain made his men lie down. Cited from The Downfall, by Emile Zola
  • Cabbages thus piled and covered may be left out until real winter weather sets in. Cited from Manual of Gardening (Second Edition), L. H. Bailey
  • For many years prior to its use as a cricket ground, this area was used as a cabbage garden.
  • Great things come into life so easily, when they do come, right alongside of milk-bills and cabbages! Cited from Real Folks, by Mrs. A. D. T. Whitney
  • Now come out into the yard, young man, for the sake of your mother's cabbages. Cited from The Ontario Readers, by Ontario Ministry of Education
  • When the cabbages are put in place they are covered with a layer of earth. Cited from Trees, Fruits and Flowers of Minnesota, 1916, ed. by A. W. Latham
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Words starting with cabbage

Meaning of cabbage

  • noun Any of various types of cabbage
  • noun Any of various cultivars of the genus brassica oleracea grown for their edible leaves or flowers