"Its superiority over the Common Spinach consists in the fact, that it grows luxuriantly, and produces leaves of the greatest succulency, in the hottest weather.". From Wordnik.com. [The Field and Garden Vegetables of America Containing Full Descriptions of Nearly Eleven Hundred Species and Varietes; With Directions for Propagation, Culture and Use.] Reference
When cultivated for its foliage, the flowering-shoots should be cut off as they may make their appearance, to encourage the production of fresh shoots, and to give size and succulency to the leaves. From Wordnik.com. [The Field and Garden Vegetables of America Containing Full Descriptions of Nearly Eleven Hundred Species and Varietes; With Directions for Propagation, Culture and Use.] Reference
The sound of her grazing is appetizing; the grass betrays all its sweetness and succulency in parting under her sickle. From Wordnik.com. [In the Catskills Selections from the Writings of John Burroughs] Reference
They were evidently very well off, yet they preferred to eat their mid-day meal in the kitchen, which was immense; and so was the mid-day meal -- and of a succulency!. From Wordnik.com. [The Martian] Reference
In certain characters, such as dwarfness of stature, hairiness, &c., the species from the most distant mountains frequently resemble each other, -- a kind of analogy like that for instance of the succulency of most desert plants. From Wordnik.com. [The Foundations of the Origin of Species Two Essays written in 1842 and 1844] Reference
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