- n. Plural form of pea.
“In the past few years, many companies have done away with the cubicle and replaced it with a new design arrangement called the pod—a group-oriented work environment that really does bring to mind the phrase peas in a pod.”
“Merritt Paulson and David the Welches Con Man -- two peas from the same pod.”
“Texann -- the grandmother holding peas is Grandma Jernigan (the one with the farm) and she's still here.”
“Why, the Silvas, the whole tribe of 'em, works a hundred acres in peas, eighty in tomatoes, thirty in asparagus, ten in pie-plant, forty in cucumbers, an '-- oh, stacks of other things.”
“Ah, but I have fresh, organic peas from the CSA box.”
“I don't buy it, they are two peas from the same pod, it was staged I say!”
“Remove the peas from the pan with a slotted spoon and add to the other vegetables.”
“Rachel -- A hambone and a pot of black-eyed peas is a marriage made in heaven!”
“Black-eyed peas is a necessity at our house on New Year's Day.”
“They are all clones, all peas from the same Bramshill pod, all highly politicised, all speaking the talk.”
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Several of these words may seem misspelled. I copied them that way from the primary source in which I found the list: Salem Gazette, Thursday, Nov. 29, 1781.
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