Recent Examples of cactus from the Web
Here's the menu: Cheddar and chive biscuits, cactus chili, fluffy green cloud dessert salad, Karl Malden's stuffed cabbage recipe, zucchini and tomato casserole, BLT side salad and Dolly Parton's dessert bar recipe.
Saguaro cactuses stand tall, offering a striking composition against the stormy sky.
There was nothing to cook, anyway, besides leaves and bitter cactus fruit.
Based on their prickly relationship, their family tree must have been a cactus.
Salvador Jimenez-Flores molds a harsh futuristic landscape in which cactuses hybridize with humans to create a resilient mestizo race.
The images can be of a vintage hat, jewelry, the bloom of a cactus or architecture that captured Kelly’s attention on a holiday — she's inspired by anything and everything.
The collection consists of three items: the cactus eye mask ($35), a shortie pajama set ($110) and a night shirt ($95), sold exclusively on shop.theblondesalad.com.
Non-prickly cactus: $34.99 on Amazon Floating on this desert dream will guarantee a succulent summer.
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Origin and Etymology of cactus
First Known Use: 1738See Words from the same year
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Definition of cactus for English Language Learners
: a plant that lives in the desert and that has many sharp points (called spines)
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