What is another word for colewort?

173 synonyms found


[ kˈə͡ʊlwɔːt], [ kˈə‍ʊlwɔːt], [ k_ˈəʊ_l_w_ɔː_t]

Colewort is a term used to refer to a leafy vegetable in the cabbage family that includes kale, collards, and mustard greens. This versatile vegetable is a popular ingredient in a variety of dishes and can be consumed raw or cooked. Some of the synonyms for colewort include borecole, greens, and leaf cabbage. These terms are often used interchangeably and can be used to describe any of the cabbage family vegetables. Other related terms include cruciferous vegetables and brassica vegetables, which refer to a broader category of vegetables that share similar characteristics and nutritional properties. Regardless of the term used, coleworts are a healthy and flavorful addition to any meal.

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Usage examples for Colewort

As already stated, when the cauliflower was first cultivated in France the island of Cyprus was the only place where it was known to seed, and for a time the plant was known in England under the name of Cyprus colewort.
"The Cauliflower"
A. A. Crozier
A full account of these crosses may be found in the Revue Horticole for 1880. The following remarks, by Mr. A. Dean, of England, on a case of apparent crossing in the cabbage tribe will be read with interest: "A very pretty conical-headed plant of a colewort was allowed to run to seed, but nothing else of the same family was known to be in flower for a distance of at least several hundred yards.
"The Cauliflower"
A. A. Crozier
It is probable that bees, which travel long distances, had somewhere found some sprouting in Broccoli flower and had brought pollen from those to the colewort plant in question."
"The Cauliflower"
A. A. Crozier

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