What is another word for Carrigeen?

Pronunciation: [kˈaɹɪd͡ʒˌiːn] (IPA)

Carrigeen is a type of seaweed that is commonly found in the Atlantic Ocean. This red algae is rich in nutrients and is widely used in the food, cosmetic, and pharmaceutical industries. Some synonyms for Carrigeen include Irish moss, sea moss, Chondrus crispus, and Gigartina stellata. These words refer to different species of the same family of red seaweeds that are commonly used for their gelling properties. Carrigeen is a versatile ingredient that can be added to a wide range of products, such as desserts, smoothies, face masks, and supplements. Its natural properties make it a popular choice for those looking to boost their health and wellbeing.

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What are the hypernyms for Carrigeen?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.
  • Other hypernyms:

    algae, seaweed, marine organism, marine plant, ocean plant.

Usage examples for Carrigeen

The restlessness in his nature which that life implied, had latterly shown itself again; and his wife had traced the cause to a letter from Ireland, communicating a report that the assassin of Arthur Mountjoy had been seen in London, and was supposed to be passing under the name of Carrigeen.
"Blind Love"
Wilkie Collins
To be told that the murderer of Arthur Mountjoy had been seen in London-to be prepared to trace him by his paltry assumed name of Carrigeen-to wait vainly for the next discovery which might bring him within reach of retribution at my hands-and then to be overwhelmed by the news of his illness, his recovery, and his disappearance: these are the blows which have stupefied me.
"Blind Love"
Wilkie Collins

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