Origin of chard
Examples from the Web for chard
Walking through rows of Swiss chard, heirloom tomatoes, leeks, and artichokes, he can tell you exactly when each is at its peak.
Beyond the basil, which is sold in Whole Foods, we have kale and chard and bok choy and bell peppers.Dylan Ratigan Unplugged: Ex-MSNBC Host Turns Hydroponic Entrepreneur|Daniel Gross|March 22, 2013|DAILY BEAST
But regular broccoli will do; also rough greens—spinach, kale, dandelion greens, Swiss chard.Overrated/Underrated: Food, Glorious and Otherwise|Michael Tomasky|June 1, 2012|DAILY BEAST
When the oil begins to smoke, add the Swiss chard stalks and season with salt and pepper.
Chard obviously was intelligent, had a very strong survival drive.Gone Fishing|James H. Schmitz
"Keep your eye on this, my son," and Chard levelled an automatic pistol at the other's head.
Old Gregory never objected to our having fireworks on the Fifth, and why should Chard?Gunpowder Treason and Plot|Harold Avery
Chard growled as the trawler, struck amidships by an extra large wave, heeled till her port taffrail was under water.
He sank back with a moan of agony and bloodstained lips as Chard, with clenched hands and set teeth, glared at him savagely.Tessa|Louis Becke
British Dictionary definitions for chard
Word Origin for chard
Word Origin and History for chard
1650s, from French carde "chard" (14c.), perhaps via Provençal, from Latin carduus "thistle, artichoke" (see harsh).