Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of swede.

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Examples

  • Growing up in Britain, turnips where white and swedes were yellow - I liked them better than turnips - I suspect that what we called "swedes" - very often used as cattle food - were what in the US is called rutabagas. esperanza

    [jennifer rose] What Can't You Get in Mexico?

  • Growing up in Britain, turnips where white and swedes were yellow - I liked them better than turnips - I suspect that what we called "swedes" - very often used as cattle food - were what in the US is called rutabagas. esperanza

    [jennifer rose] What Can't You Get in Mexico?

  • Growing up in Britain, turnips where white and swedes were yellow - I liked them better than turnips - I suspect that what we called "swedes" - very often used as cattle food - were what in the US is called rutabagas. esperanza

    [jennifer rose] What Can't You Get in Mexico?

  • Growing up in Britain, turnips where white and swedes were yellow - I liked them better than turnips - I suspect that what we called "swedes" - very often used as cattle food - were what in the US is called rutabagas. esperanza

    [jennifer rose] What Can't You Get in Mexico?

  • Growing up in Britain, turnips where white and swedes were yellow - I liked them better than turnips - I suspect that what we called "swedes" - very often used as cattle food - were what in the US is called rutabagas. esperanza

    [jennifer rose] What Can't You Get in Mexico?

  • Growing up in Britain, turnips where white and swedes were yellow - I liked them better than turnips - I suspect that what we called "swedes" - very often used as cattle food - were what in the US is called rutabagas. esperanza

    [jennifer rose] What Can't You Get in Mexico?

  • Growing up in Britain, turnips where white and swedes were yellow - I liked them better than turnips - I suspect that what we called "swedes" - very often used as cattle food - were what in the US is called rutabagas. esperanza

    [jennifer rose] What Can't You Get in Mexico?

  • Growing up in Britain, turnips where white and swedes were yellow - I liked them better than turnips - I suspect that what we called "swedes" - very often used as cattle food - were what in the US is called rutabagas. esperanza

    [jennifer rose] What Can't You Get in Mexico?

  • Growing up in Britain, turnips where white and swedes were yellow - I liked them better than turnips - I suspect that what we called "swedes" - very often used as cattle food - were what in the US is called rutabagas. esperanza

    [jennifer rose] What Can't You Get in Mexico?

  • Growing up in Britain, turnips where white and swedes were yellow - I liked them better than turnips - I suspect that what we called "swedes" - very often used as cattle food - were what in the US is called rutabagas. esperanza

    [jennifer rose] What Can't You Get in Mexico?

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  • I'm in the mood for some lovely creamy swedes tonight.

    February 10, 2014