Definition of arame
- Similarly, arame—known for its mild, almost sweet flavor—can be added to soups and salads, or it can be steamed or boiled and eaten plain.
- —Kim Schoenhals, Better Nutrition, May 2004
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First Known Use: circa 1902See Words from the same year
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