Examples of rhubarb in a Sentence
The coach got into a rhubarb with the umpire.
a basketball coach whose ranting rhubarbs with officials are the stuff of legend
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Taking the beet salad to the next level, this gorgeous version stars three varieties of beets alongside duck prosciutto, rhubarb, caracara oranges, pepper cress and seasonal berries.
A recent menu included coddled egg with garlic scapes, mushroom cream sauce and frybread; and brown butter and pork belly with wheat berries, rhubarb and fennel.
My wife recently made an olive oil cake with rhubarb using Frankies olive oil.
Le Butterblume, a sun-soaked, ’gram-worthy space between Mile End and Little Italy, makes a mean fancy toast (think rhubarb butter, strawberries, mint and flaky salt).
Agnolotti filled with English peas, mascarpone and lemon zest, and arrayed with pea shoots, carrots and rhubarb curls, will be a treat for as long as the season permits (which is to say, not much longer).
This week, rhubarb crumble is one of the highlights.
Michael Klug, the chocolatier and pastry chef, has turned to seasonal apricots, berries and rhubarb, among others, to create tall, colorful summer coolers that are fresh-tasting, light and not cloying.
Arrange rhubarb on baking sheet in a single layer and sprinkle with sugar.
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Origin and Etymology of rhubarb
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
Synonymsaltercation, argle-bargle [chiefly British], argy-bargy [chiefly British], battle royal, bicker, brawl, contretemps, controversy, cross fire, disagreement, dispute, donnybrook, falling-out, fight, hassle, imbroglio, kickup, misunderstanding, quarrel, argument, row, scrap, set-to, spat, squabble, tiff, wrangle
Related Wordsclash, run-in, skirmish, tangle, tussle; logomachy; feud, vendetta; attack, contention, dissension (also dissention); debate, difference, disputation; fuss, objection, protest, protestation; affray [chiefly British], fisticuffs, fracas, fray, free-for-all, melee (also mêlée); catfight
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