IS YOUR DESERT PLANT KNOWLEDGE SUCCULENT OR DRIED UP?
Origin of succulent
OTHER WORDS FROM succulentsuc·cu·lence, suc·cu·len·cy, nounsuc·cu·lent·ly, adverbun·suc·cu·lent, adjectiveun·suc·cu·lent·ly, adverb
Words nearby succulent
Example sentences from the Web for succulent
Gloria is a role as succulent, meaty, and challenging as they come.Oprah Winfrey Should Win an Oscar for ‘The Butler’|Kevin Fallon|August 20, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Its inventor, Keizo Shimamoto, tells Marlow Stern the story of this succulent creation.Ramen Burger’s Inventor Talks About the Food Craze Eclipsing the Cronut|Marlow Stern|August 9, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Where else can you see people in half shirts taking down a succulent filet mignon?
We use them to thicken sauces and bind crisp batters to succulent, deep-fried treats.
It's a succulent leaf, thicker than spinach, but when you chew and eat it, it tastes identical to a raw oyster.
Is a temporary ailment, caused by eating too freely of fresh and generally wet clover, or other succulent food.Domestic Animals|Richard L. Allen
The camels that had subsisted upon the dried and leafless twigs and branches, now feasted upon the succulent tops of the mimosas.In the Heart of Africa|Samuel White Baker
Roots, silage, and other succulent feeds are useful in this connection.Special Report on Diseases of Cattle|U.S. Department of Agriculture
Those whose food is succulent grow more rapidly than those which have for their food dry gramineous plants and coriaceous lichens.The Insect World|Louis Figuier
If the sheep has no fear of wolves, it will choose to be outside the fold among the succulent herbage.Expositions of Holy Scripture|Alexander Maclaren