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escarole

[ es-kuh-rohl ]
/ ˈɛs kəˌroʊl /
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noun
a broad-leaved form of Cichorium endivia, used in salads.Compare endive (def. 1).

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Origin of escarole

1895–1900; <French <Italian scar(i)ola<Late Latin ēscāriola chicory, equivalent to Latin ēscāri(us) fit for eating (Latin ēsc(a) food + -ārius-ary) + -ola-ole1
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British Dictionary definitions for escarole

escarole
/ (ˈɛskərəʊl) /

noun
US and Canadian a variety of endive with broad leaves, used in salads

Word Origin for escarole

C20: French from Italian scar (i) ola, from Latin esca food
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