Dispose these tomato cups at intervals in cress border and place mold of pressed chicken in center.
cress, thou wilt not do anything to Sir Richard of Gloucester?
Arrange on a bed of cress and sift the yolk of an egg over the whole.
Serve on platter with meat, garnished with cress or parsley.
In arranging them for serving, put a layer of sandwiches and a layer of cress all through the basket or dish.
No cress could she find, so she thought she would turn back and go home.
"Here's your foie gras—have some cress with it," said Miss Angela.
cress, Romaine, or bleached chicory may be used in place of lettuce.
And ez cress sez, now ez Seth's out o' the way, thar ain't no reason why she can't go back to school and finish her eddication.
Name from , applied by Dioscorides to some cress; meaning unknown.
Old English cresse, originally cærse, from Proto-Germanic *krasjon- (cf. Middle Low German kerse, karse; Middle Dutch kersse; Old High German kresso, German Kresse), from PIE root *gras- "to devour" (see gastric). It underwent a metathesis similar to that of grass. French cresson, Italian crescione are Germanic loan-words.