Cabbage [noun]

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Sentence/Example of Cabbage:

What of the infinite goodness of God in teaching the grub of the ichneumon-fly to eat up the cabbage caterpillar alive?

Beans and bacon, cabbage and brown hard dumplings, formed the bill of fare, which the men washed down with plenty of table beer.

They never do anything but eat cabbage and cause gardeners to use bad language.

And they both think of the cabbage soup steaming in the pot that hangs from the hook right under the great chimney.

When she reached the parlour where the cabbage soup was smoking on the table, Catherine shivered again.

Also, alas, she distributed about the house strange odors—of raw onions, boiled cabbage and perspiration.

The vegetables are out of cans, except the potatoes and cabbage, and the fruits are either dried or canned.

Cato pronounced the cabbage the finest vegetable known, and the turnip figures in the well-known anecdote of Manius Curius .

The cabbage-plants of last year were then put out, and the turnips and carrots sown.

In the centre of this mass grows the far-famed cabbage, which is a tender white shoot, protected by numerous fibrous folds.