Collards
Collards Col"lards, n. pl. [Corrupted fr. colewort.] Young cabbage, used as ``greens''; esp. the leaves of a kind cultivated for that purpose, the collard or colewort. [Colloq. Souther U. S.] [1913 Webster +PJC]

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  • Collards — Brassica (E) …   EthnoBotanical Dictionary

  • collards — n. variety of cabbage …   English contemporary dictionary

  • collards — noun kale that has smooth leaves • Syn: ↑collard greens • Hypernyms: ↑kale, ↑kail, ↑cole …   Useful english dictionary

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  • Collard greens — Berza redirects here. For the village in Romania see Santa Mare Collard greens A bundle of collard greens Details …   Wikipedia

  • col|lard — «KOL uhrd», noun. 1. a form of kale. 2. Usually, collards. the fleshy leaves cooked as greens: »In the South no word, as no dish, is better known…than collards or greens (Transactions of the American Philological Association). ╂[alteration of… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Colewort — Cole wort , n. [AS. cawlwyrt; cawl cole + wyrt wort. Cf. {Collards}.] 1. A variety of cabbage in which the leaves never form a compact head. [1913 Webster] 2. Any white cabbage before the head has become firm. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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