Examples of lettuce in a Sentence
I like a little lettuce and tomato on my sandwiches.
Recent Examples of lettuce from the Web
In the first half of the year nearly 200 people fell victim to E.coli, which hitched a ride in romaine lettuce, in an outbreak that caused five deaths.
The lettuce is plentiful, the tomato abysmal (crunchy and pale), the flabby, fatty bacon assuredly not worth the $3.50 upcharge.
Romaine lettuce from this area is no longer available in stores or restaurants, according to the FDA.
Tainted lettuce may be off store shelves, but the ramifications of the nationwide romaine E. coli outbreak aren’t over yet.
Romaine lettuce isn’t the only vegetable to keep an eye on these days.
Davis says: The lettuce was a nice addition to standard mushroom swiss burger.
It was used in the current investigation of E. coli bacteria found in romaine lettuce grown in Arizona, which has sickened at least 84 people in 19 states, according to a CDC update released Wednesday.
Ask the waiter if the romaine lettuce is coming from the Yuma area.
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Origin and Etymology of lettuce
LETTUCE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of lettuce for English Language Learners
: a plant that has large leaves that are eaten especially in salads
LETTUCE Defined for Kids
History for lettuce
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