Usage examples for kale

  1. 2. Roast haunch of mutton, sea- kale, potatoes. – The Book of Household Management by Mrs. Isabella Beeton
  2. He's got all kinds of kale- 'n' he don't fool with dinks. – Blister Jones by John Taintor Foote
  3. 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
  4. 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.
  5. 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
  6. 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
  7. 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
  8. 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
  9. Kale, Bombay, 1898, p. – The Influence of India and Persia on the Poetry of Germany by Arthur F. J. Remy
  10. " 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
  11. 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