American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Informal A vegetable.
- n. informal A vegetable.
- n. informal A vegetarian.
- adj. informal vegetarian; suitable for vegetarians
- adj. Vegetable-like.
- n. edible seeds or roots or stems or leaves or bulbs or tubers or nonsweet fruits of any of numerous herbaceous plant
- From pronounced stem of vegetable or vegetarian + -ie (Wiktionary)
“Put in veggie broth or chicken broth, fish, scallops, crab.”
“I don't want to come off as a touf-eating pasifist, (my favorite veggie is chicken), but it is a very Zen/Taoist thing to clear your mind and just let the arrow hit the target.”
“I love their almost creaminess - I much prefer them in veggie chili to red kidney beans.”
“The next veggie is a poised and pretty, long strands of green blending into white ...”
“VELSHI: That is so open-minded of her because Lisa and I have this conversation everyday about eating more healthfully and treating my body better, which is why I called her veggie burger earlier.”
“And with bird Flu coming our way too, veggie is the way to go ... thnks for mentioning ...”
“Another important "V" veggie is vatana or green peas.”
“Even the cleaning staff were happy to do their part by bringing in veggie sandwiches for lunch.’”
“We're talking about spinach, we're talking about a snack product called veggie booty, we're talking about peanut butter.”
“Carotenoids, vitamin C, potassium and fiber are just a few of the benefits of eating this savory-sweet veggie, which is ranked among the highest vegetables on the nutrition scale.”
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