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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There's lots of inspiration from our local farmers markets (leeks, rhubarb), as well as in the wealth of recipes both on our California Cookbook recipe database, and in many of the excellent cookbooks on the shelves (actual, virtual) at the moment.
Toss rhubarb with cabbage, carrot, brine, olive oil, and salt and pepper to taste.
One of Carus’ neighbors, for example, gives him rhubarb in the summer in exchange for a few bottles of wine.
The rhubarb stayed a bit firm, but not crisp, and was a tart compliment to these sweet berries.
Baked & Wired, in the posh Georgetown area, sold out of its strawberry rhubarb pie by 9:30 a.m. Tuesday, even though staffers Kiosha Carrington and Leanise Williams said customers didn't seem aware of the holiday.
Just Like Heaven Extrait de Perfume, $108 Crisp notes of mandarin orange and rhubarb are rounded out by cool ylang-ylang in Tory Burch’s newest addition.
The mystery ingredient turned out to be a liqueur made with orange peel, gentian root and rhubarb.
In the vegetable garden, plant Jerusalem artichokes, strawberries 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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