Definition of Marrows

1. Noun. (plural of marrow) ¹



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Definition of Marrows

1. marrow [v] - See also: marrow

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Marrows

marrow
marrow-lymph gland
marrow canal
marrow cell
marrow squash
marrowbone
marrowbones
marrowed
marrowfat
marrowfat pea
marrowfats
marrowing
marrowish
marrowless
marrowlike
marrows (current term)
marrowsky
marrowy
marrried
marrubium
marrubiums
marrum
marrums
marry
marry-in
marry-ins
marry-muff
marry come up
marry in haste, repent at leisure
marry me

Literary usage of Marrows

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1. May Byron's Vegetable Book: Containing Over 750 Recipes for the Cooking and by May Clarissa Gillington Byron (1916)
"Vegetable marrows are fruits, if one is to be particularly accurate; but we usually class ... If the vegetable marrows are gathered really young and small, ..."

2. The Profitable Culture of Vegetables for Market Gardeners, Small Holders by Thomas Smith (1913)
"... for autumn pulling : Early Snowball, Early White Dutch, Early Six-weeks. For summer: Veitch's Red Globe. For " tops ": Green Globe. VEGETABLE marrows. ..."

3. Grow Your Own Vegetables: A Practical Handbook for Allotment Holders and by Stanley Currie Johnson (1918)
"Vegetable marrows are of prolific habit and, in consequence, are well worth the little ... The bed for vegetable marrows usually consists of a low mound. ..."

4. Manuals of Emergency Legislation: Supplement Dated December 31st, 1918, to by Great Britain (1918)
"(c) Nothing in the foregoing part of this Clause shall apply to vegetable marrows which, when the declaration is made, are in the possession of a jam ..."

5. Essentials of Diet, Or, Hints on Food, in Health and Disease by Edward Harris Ruddock, Edward Barton Shuldham (1876)
"Vegetable marrows and Pumpkins contain much water but little nutriment ; they are easily digested. Mushrooms, which are generally eaten after being stewed, ..."

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