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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - Powdery starch from certain palms.

Usage examples (30)
  • In addition, the sago is tasteless almost and needs careful seasoning.
  • Unlike rice or barley, sago is not the fruit of a tiny stem, – it is the pith of the trunk of a great tree.
  • The bread was made of sago, which is obtained from the trunk of a tree not much unlike the palm.
  • In the Borneo section there are exhibits of oils, also sago, which is a white powder-the dried sap of a tree. for more
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