Crossword clues for vegetables
n. (plural of vegetable English)
"Vegetables" is a song written by Brian Wilson and Van Dyke Parks for American rock band The Beach Boys, released as the second track on their 1967 album Smiley Smile. Paul McCartney of the Beatles appeared on an earlier version of the song entitled "Vega-Tables", chewing celery as percussion.
The song was partly inspired by Wilson's obsession with physical fitness in the late 1960s, and he intended Smile to be a "health food album". In 1969, this culminated in him opening a short-lived health food store, the Radiant Radish located in West Hollywood, California.
A discarded bridge section from "Vega-Tables" was later recycled as the a cappella "Mama Says", released on their 1967 album Wild Honey, featuring heavily syncopated vocals by the group.
Usage examples of "vegetables".
Harding could have manufactured this substance by treating the carbonate of potash, which would be easily extracted from the cinders of the vegetables, by azotic acid.
Several excursions were made into the Jacamar Wood and the forests of the Far West, and they brought back from thence a large collection of wild vegetables, spinach, cress, radishes, and turnips, which careful culture would soon improve, and which would temper the regimen on which the settlers had till then subsisted.
It was accompanied by several greenish, carrotlike vegetables, a hunk of gray bread, a square of something resembling white cheese, two bell-shaped fruits with purple skins spotted with crimson, and finally an unclassifiable object which looked like a bunch of grapes that had been dipped in tar.
Harding preferred, therefore, to manufacture pyroxyle, that is to say gun-cotton, a substance in which cotton is not indispensable, as the elementary tissue of vegetables may be used, and this is found in an almost pure state, not only in cotton, but in the textile fiber of hemp and flax, in paper, the pith of the elder, etc.
The resources of the colony, particularly in vegetables and corn, increased from day to day, and the plants brought from Tabor Island had succeeded perfectly.
It was also the time for collecting the various vegetables from the Tabor Island plants.
The island had abundantly supplied them with minerals, vegetables, animals, and as Nature had constantly loaded them, their science had known how to take advantage of what she offered them.
The produce of the warren, of the oyster-bed, several turtles which were taken, excellent salmon which came up the Mercy, vegetables from the plateau, wild fruit from the forest, were riches upon riches, and Neb, the head cook, could scarcely by himself store them away.
Finally, as they prepared to mount up, he jabbered out details of what vegetables and fruit they could pick and eat in the wild along their way to supplement their rations.
The meat resembled a spicy chicken and came in small portions, the vegetables constituting the bulk of what was on their plates.
Uzosiat had filled their saddlebags with food, and they ate as they rode, scarcely registering the exotic flavors of the fruits and vegetables and the greenish bread which the dead boy had provided for them.
Paul saw that he had also filled his pockets with various fruits, vegetables and pieces of meat.
His room faced out on the plaza, and the not-quite-familiar smells of trodden fruit and vegetables filled the room along with other, unidentifiable aromas.
The mammoth roast had been carried outside on a large pelvic bone platter along with various roots, vegetables, and fruits to enjoy the meal in the late afternoon sun.
They picked up the vegetables and fruit with fingers or a pair of sticks used as tongs, but Ayla noticed that each person, except for the youngest children, had an eating knife for the meat.