pieplant

noun
pie·plant | \ ˈpī-ˌplant \

Definition of pieplant 

: rhubarb sense 1 Soon sweet dishes became rhubarb's primary destination in Britain and the U.S., leading to its nickname: pieplant. —Joe Gray

First Known Use of pieplant

1838, in the meaning defined above

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