Definition of Bermuda onion
1. Noun. Mild flat onion grown in warm areas.
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Literary usage of Bermuda onion
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1. Garden Farming by Lee Cleveland Corbett (1913)
"Soil for the bermuda onion. Land which is naturally fertile, ... Cultivation of the bermuda onion. Seed is seldom sown in the field where the crop is to ..."
2. Tariff Schedules: Hearings Before the Committee on Ways and Means, House of by Oscar Wilder Underwood (1913)
"Now, he said that they had been forced to reduce the bermuda onion crop from a ... The gentleman from Bermuda said the bermuda onion which they give us is ..."
3. Subtropical Vegetable-gardening by Peter Henry Rolfs (1916)
"ONION Varieties of onion, especially the bermuda onion, are grown in subtropical and tropical lands during the cool season. The onion requires a dry period ..."
4. Tariff ... Hearing[s] ... on H.R. 7456 by United States Congress. Senate. Committee on Finance (1921)
"They are out of the market at other times, while the bermuda onion ... The Texas onion is a bermuda onion. On account of climatic conditions or for some ..."
5. The Journal of Geography by National Council of Geography Teachers (U.S.) (1918)
"... is the fact that the widely known onion which we prize for its mild flavor, and which bears the name of bermuda onion, is cultivated upon these islands. ..."
6. Castelar Crèche Cook Book by Castelar Crèche (Los Angeles, Calif.) (1922)
"One cup of diced bermuda onion. Dust with salt and white pepper, then mix lightly with the green mayonnaise. Heap in pyramid form on salad platter. ..."