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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Also look for arugula, scallions, rhubarb and fresh basil.
The gorgeous asparagus salad, with frisee, rhubarb and a maltaise vinaigrette is crowned with a 64-degree sous vide egg.
During springtime, lunch might include asparagus, green peas, rhubarb and lots of wild herbs and fresh fruits.
Place the rhubarb and strawberries in a medium sauce pot.
And the Northeast is home to many of the most springlike ones: fresh peas, asparagus, delicate greens, ramps, strawberries, rhubarb.
Strain into another clean container, discarding rhubarb.
Gently combine the berries and rhubarb with the sugar, ¼ cup flour and cinnamon and place in the prepared glass dish.
Other families pass down jewelry or antique furniture, but for the Yeager clan, the holy triumvirates of family heirlooms are root starts of asparagus, horseradish, and rhubarb.
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RHUBARB Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of rhubarb for English Language Learners
: a plant with large green leaves and with thick pink or red stems that are cooked and used in pies, jams, etc.
: an angry argument
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