Usage examples for kale

  1. The kid might have been scared, but he had the kale itch in his fingers. – Torchy, Private Sec. by Sewell Ford
  2. Go into the garden just as we did to pull the kale – Ethel Morton's Holidays by Mabell S. C. Smith
  3. Just then, by fortune's whimsical decree, The ancient woman stooping with her crupper Towards sweet home, or where sweet home should be, Was getting up some household herbs for supper; Thoughtful of Cinderella, in the tale, And, quaintly wondering if magic shifts Could o'er a common pumpkin so prevail, To turn it to a coach;- what pretty gifts Might come of cabbages, and curly kale Meanwhile she never heard her old man's wail, Nor turned, till home had turned a corner, quite Gone out of sight! – The Poetical Works of Thomas Hood by Thomas Hood
  4. Whatever the original form of the cauliflower may have been, it seems more probable that the broccolis now grown had a separate origin, either from the wild state or from some form of kale – The Cauliflower by A. A. Crozier
  5. So she had to add one small serving of cooked vegetable per day, usually broccoli or steamed kale – How and When to Be Your Own Doctor by Dr. Isabelle A. Moser with Steve Solomon
  6. Come, tell him, monk, about your magic gardens, Where not a stringy head of kale is cut But breeds a vision or a revelation. – The Saint's Tragedy by Charles Kingsley
  7. Here we come into touch with such song- haunted tributaries as the Jed and Oxnam, the Rule and Kale and Ale, and with many of the great houses whose history has contributed more than any other to the making of the Border Country. – In the Border Country by W. S. (William Shillinglaw) Crockett
  8. We pace along the broad and even gravel walk among the red cabbages and the sea- kale basking in the sun, whose heat we feel undiminished by the influence of any bitter blast, in the prison of these four high walls, against which the long tree- branches are pinioned. – Nancy A Novel by Rhoda Broughton
  9. For a song McNish bought the solid little cottage, he might have had it as a gift but that he would not, restored its roof, cleared out its stone chimney which, more than anything else, had caught the mother's eye, re- set the window panes, added a wee cunning porch, gave its facings a coat of paint, enclosed its bit of flower garden in front and its " kale yaird" in the rear with a rustic paling, and made it, when the Summer had done its work, a bonnie homelike spot which caught the eye and held the heart of the passer- by. – To Him That Hath A Novel Of The West Of Today by Ralph Connor
  10. Went and left me in the lurch after me helping him to a roll of kale that would choke a nelephant! – The Thunder Bird by B. M. Bower
  11. Such also, a rude stone, now broken, and very much defaced, placed upon a mount on the lands of Haughhead, near the junction of the Kale and Teviot. – Minstrelsy of the Scottish border (3rd ed) (1 of 3) by Walter Scott
  12. Feed food that is easily digested, as carrots, kale apples, potatoes, hot bran mashes, or steamed rolled oats, etc. – The Veterinarian by Chas. J. Korinek
  13. " The ready money, the loosened kale the posies in the garden waiting to be plucked," elucidated Mr. Max. – Seven Keys to Baldpate by Earl Derr Biggers
  14. Salt has also the power of destroying them in an effectual manner, without injuring the sea- kale – The Cook and Housekeeper's Complete and Universal Dictionary; Including a System of Modern Cookery, in all Its Various Branches, by Mary Eaton
  15. He's got all kinds of kale 'n' he don't fool with dinks. – Blister Jones by John Taintor Foote
  16. 2. Roast haunch of mutton, sea- kale potatoes. – The Book of Household Management by Mrs. Isabella Beeton
  17. Dishes of greasy sausage or bacon swimming in its own gravy, kale or saurkraut, onions and hot sauces, potatoes soaked in lard; black bread which has also been soaked in lard to save the expense of butter: and all this washed down with innumerable mugs of beer or Rhine wine, with a " thank heaven" when the unsavory repast can no longer offend our eyes or olfactories? – Odd Bits of Travel with Brush and Camera by Charles M. Taylor, Jr.
  18. Some were reproductions of the seed parent, but larger, and proved very handsome early cabbages; others were very fair Coleworts; others bad examples of Cottager's Purple Kale others Green Kale while others resembled sprouting Broccoli, both green and purple. – The Cauliflower by A. A. Crozier
  19. Kale Bombay, 1898, p. – The Influence of India and Persia on the Poetry of Germany by Arthur F. J. Remy