Definition of Chiccory

1. n. See Chicory.



Definition of Chiccory

1. chicory [n -RIES] - See also: chicory

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chiccory

chicalotes
chicana
chicanas
chicane
chicaned
chicaner
chicaneries
chicaners
chicanery
chicanes
chicaning
chicano
chicanos
chicas
chiccories
chiccory (current term)
chicer
chicest
chich
chicha
chicharrones
chichas
chicheme
chichemes
chiches
chichi
chichier
chichiest
chichipe
chichis

Literary usage of Chiccory

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1. The Principles of Agriculture by Albrecht Daniel Thaer (1844)
"chiccory has been also cultivated as a fodder-plant, first in Prance, ... The chiccory afterwards put forth its flower-stalks with great vigour, ..."

2. Reports of a Commission Appointed for a Revision of the Revenue System of by David Ames Wells (1866)
"The bulk of the chiccory used in the United States at present is of foreign growth, and is subjected to a duty of four cents upon the root and five cents ..."

3. European Agriculture and Rural Economy: From personal observation by Henry Colman (1851)
"chiccory is cultivated in some parts of the country. ... chiccory is deemed very exhausting to the soil, and liquid manure is applied to it, while growing, ..."

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