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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - Variety of kale having smooth leaves.

Usage examples (35)
  • At lunch we had what we would call collard greens.
  • Add about 3 cups of chopped mixed greens such as collard, turnip, kale, chard, mustard, spinach etc.
  • Things such as collard greens are basic foods of the South and pumpkin is a basic simple, seasonal food.
  • Well, they don't taste much like green cabbage, instead more like a winter green such as collard or kale. for more
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  • The "collared" (wearing a collar) priest ate "collard" (a vegetable leaf similar to kale) greens that were "colored" (having color) with a slight purple tinge.
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