Definitions

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  • adj. Resembling spinach.

Etymologies

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spinach +‎ -like

Examples

  • Huantzole, a vigorous spinachlike Chenopodium, is still grown in Mexico and in my garden.

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  • To ensure their place at the table, he ordered a plate of pulpy, spinachlike greens and bottles of Tsingtao beer, which he drank in measured sips at the rate of one per hour.

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  • The spinachlike green called amaranth is delicious in salads and looks beautiful in the garden with its wide, maroon-tinged leaves.

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  • Starting from tiny seed, these species can produce delectable spinachlike greens in 5weeks or less, can continue to produce a crop of edible leaves weekly for up to 6 months, and will then yield thousands of seeds to guarantee their survival.

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  • It has a vaguely spinachlike flavor with a sweet finish.

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