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Acetarious

Definition of the adjective Acetarious

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adjective

  1. Used in salads; as, 'acetarious' plants.

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Google previewWebster's Unabridged Dictionary 1913 (2017)

111.716 definitions & 1.55 mill cross-references by Noah Webster

○-○ ≍ Acetarious - Webster's 1 a. Used in salads; as, acetarious plants. ○-○ ≍ Acetary - Webster's 1 n. An acid pulp in certain fruits, as the pear. ○-○ ≍ Acetate - Webster's 1 n. A salt formed by.

Google previewAn Encyclopaedia of Domestic Economy (1844)

Comprising Such Subjects as are Most Immediately Connected with Housekeeping ... by Thomas Webster, Mrs. William Parkes

ACETARIous VEGETABLES. w 2522.

Google previewCulinary Encyclopaedia - A Dictionary of Technical Terms, the Names of All Foods, Food and Cookery Auxillaries, Condiments and Beverages - Specially a (2013)

by Various

Acetarious, e. Denoting plants used in salads. Acetary, e. An acid pulp found in certain fruits. Acetic Acid. This is an acid used in confectionery, boiled sugar foods, etc. Acids are used to preserve whiteness, to give body or consistency, and to prevent deterioration of delicately coloured sugar work, etc. It is obtained in two forms—by the oxidisation. Culinary Encyclopædia.

Google previewWord Parts Dictionary (2000)

Standard and Reverse Listings of Prefixes, Suffixes, Roots and Combining Forms, 2d ed. by Michael J. Sheehan

base salad (acetarious, acetary) acheron- [Gr. akheron, river of the Lower World] base hell; underworld (Acherontia, acherontical) achlu- [ Gr. akhluo, to grow dark] base darkness (achluophobia) aci- [L. acicula, small needle] base needle ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Modern Gardening (1847)

by George William Johnson

ACETARIOUS PLANTS. Salading. ACCLIMATIZATION is rendering a plant capable of the production desired in aclimate differing from that in which it is native.

Google previewA Dictionary of Medical Terminology, Dental Surgery, and the Collateral Sciences (1867)

by Chapin Aaron Harris

ACETARIOUS PLANTS. From acet. aria, a salad. Plants used for salads, as lettuce, mustard, cress, endive, &c. AC'ETAS. From acetum, vinegar. A salt formed by the union of acetic ...

Google previewThe Farmer's Dictionary (1854)

A Vocabulary of the Technical Terms Recently Introduced Into Agriculture and Horticulture from Various Sciences, and Also a Compendium of Practical Farming, the Latter Chiefly from the Works of the Rev. W. L. Rham, Loudon, Low and Youatt, and the Most Eminent American Authors by Daniel Pereira Gardner

They may be otherwise arranged, as the cabbage family; the leguminous family; esculent roots; spinaceous plants; alliaceous plants; asparaginous plants; acetarious plants; pot herbs, sweet herbs, plants used in tarts and confectionery, and edible fungi, CULLET. Pounded glass. It is used in glass-making, for scouring par per, and as a manure. It consists of silicate of soda ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Science, Literature, & Art (1875)

Comprising the Definitions and Derivations of the Scientific Terms in General Use, Together with the History and Descriptions of the Scientific Principles of Nearly Every Branch of Human Knowledge by William Thomas Brande, George William Cox

Acetarious Plants (Lat. acetaria, salad). Plants used in salading; such as lettuce, mustard and cress, endive, &c. Acetates. Compounds of acetic acid with a metal or a compound positive radicle. Acetic Acid. The pure acid contained in vinegar. It is a pungent acrid liquid, generally produced by the slow oxidation of ethylic alcohol or distillation of wood; when perfumed, it is known under the name of aromatic vinegar. Acetic Ether. This liquid is a compound of acetic acid and ether.

Google previewA Dictionary of Science, Literature, and Art (1853)

Comprising the History, Description, and Scientific Principles of Every Branch of Human Knowledge : with the Derivation and Definition of All the Terms in General Use by William Thomas Brande

The may be otherwise arranged, as—-the cabbage family ; the eguminous family ; esculent roots; spinaceous plants ; aliaceous plants; aspamginous plants; acetarious lants; pot herbs, sweet herbs, plants used in tarts and con ectionary, and edible fungi. CULi'N US. A term introduced by Linnaus to denote the stem of Grarninuce/e, which hasa peculiar organization. The term ls now used by few writers. CU'LLET. The term given to broken glass brought to the lass-house for the purpose ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Science, Literature, and Art ... With the derivation and definition of all the terms in general use. Edited by W. T. Brande ... assisted by Joseph Cauvin, etc (1847)

by William Thomas BRANDE

They may be otherwise arranged, as—the cabbage-family; the £ family; esculent roots; spinaceous plants; aliaceous plants; £ plants; acetarious plants; pot herbs, sweet herbs, plants used in tarts and confection. ary, and edible fungi. - CULI' NUS. A term introduced by Linnaeus to denote the stem of Graminaceae, which has a peculiar organization. The term is now used by few writers. CU'LLET. The term given to broken glass brought to the glass-house for the purpose of being melted ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Science (1843)

by William Thomas Brande, Joseph Cauvin

They may be otherwise arranged, as — the cabbage family ; the leguminous family ; esculent roots ; spinaceous plants ; aliaceous plants: asparaginous plants ; acetarious plants; not herbs, sweet herbs, plants used in tarts and confectionary, and edible fungi. CULI'NUS. A term introduced by Linnaeus to denote the stem of Graminacea, which has a peculiar organization. The term is now used by few writers. CU'LLET. The term given to broken glass brought to the glass-house for the ...

Google previewA dictionary of diet; being a practical treatise on all pabulary and nutritive substances, etc (1834)

by J. S. Forsyth

Acetarious Plants or Salads— comprehending all small salads, e.g. American cress, winter cress, dandelion, celery, lettuce, endive, succory, mustard, corn- salad, rape, garden cress, water cress, brook-lime, scurvy grass, garden rocket, burnet, buckthorn plantain (see Plantain), oxeye-daisy, and others, as sorrel, sarragon, Indian cress, &c. 2. Alliaceous Plants, corresponding with the onion, leek, chives, garlick, shalot, and rocambole. 3. Asparaginous Plants, including asparagus, ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Dental Science, Biography, Bibliography and Medical Terminology (1854)

by Chapin A. HARRIS

ACETARIOUS PLANTS. From acetaria, a salad.

Google previewConcept S Dictionary Of Agricultural Sciences (1992)

by I. C. Gupta, S. K. Gupta

Acetarious plants Salad plants. Acetic acid A colourless organic liquid with pungent odour and used for destroying warts. Germicide, chief active component of vinegar. Important constituent of flavour in many milk products. Also called pyroligneous acid. Acetic acid bacteria Acetic acid producing bacteria from alcohol. Acetous Sour in taste and having qualities similar to vinegar. Achatina fulica African giant snail. Often causing much damage to paddy and vegetable crops. Achene (1) A ...

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