Definition of Ciboule
1. cibol [n -S] - See also: cibol
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ciboule
Literary usage of Ciboule
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The British flora medica: a history of the medicinal plants of Great Britain by Benjamin Herbert Barton, Thomas Castle (1877)
"... ciboule, ö. ZWIEBEL. Description.—Root consists of several tufted, simple, whitish fibres, attached to the base of a fleshy plate or disk, upon which is ..."
2. The Wandering Jew (and Jewess)by R D Manning by R D Manning (2003)
"ciboule grasps the half-fainting girl in her hard, coarse grasp, ... Struggling to escape from ciboule, and to prevent her entering the chamber in which her ..."
3. The wandering Jew by Eugène Sue (1845)
"shouted ciboule, stooping to pick up a stone ; " we will help them to a few ... ciboule for ever !" " You have said a hundred times that the people of the ..."
4. The Western Antiquary by William Henry Kearley Wright (1883)
""Chib- bal (ciboule, Fr.), a small kind of onion, ... French Dictionary, under the word " ciboule," I find the English equivalents given are, ..."
5. An Encyclopædia of Gardening: Comprising the Theory and Practice of by John Claudius Loudon (1835)
"Oniona from the root- : room ; Welth onions, ciboule* from the garden ; garlic, shallot, ... ciboule«, ..."