a starchy foodstuff derived from the soft interior of the trunk of various palms and cycads, used in making puddings.
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How to use sago in a sentence
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The sago palm weevil, a type of beetle, is eaten, roasted or raw, as a larvae in Southeast Asia.Cicadas, Grasshoppers, Locusts, Ants Among the Tastiest Insects | Nina Strochlic | May 14, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
Desert was chilled jelly served with mango, sago and pomelo and sliced baked mooncakes.Kate Shuns Wine For Water During Royal Toast - Is She Pregnant? | Tom Sykes | September 11, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
The unprepared sago is imported from the neighbouring island of Borromeo, and consists of the pith of a short, thick kind of palm.A Woman's Journey Round the World | Ida Pfeiffer
The buildings resembled those I have described when speaking of the preparation of sago.A Woman's Journey Round the World | Ida Pfeiffer
Soon after tea our attention was drawn to a pattering on the tent like rain, caused by a fall of sago snow.The Home of the Blizzard | Douglas Mawson
Fluffy grains of sago snow fell most of the day, covering the dark rocks and the blue glacier.The Home of the Blizzard | Douglas Mawson
She did not speak again until the sago pudding had gone round twice and the fruit once—very quickly.The Devourers | Annie Vivanti Chartres
British Dictionary definitions for sago
a starchy cereal obtained from the powdered pith of a sago palm, used for puddings and as a thickening agent
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