[ ed-uh-buhl ]
/ ˈɛd ə bəl /
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Usually edibles .
- an edible substance; food: a basket of fruit, cheeses, and other tasty edibles.
- Also called ma·ri·jua·na ed·i·ble [mar-uh-wah-nuh-ed-uh-buhl], /ˌmær əˈwɑ nə ˈɛd ə bəl/, can·na·bis ed·i·ble [kan-uh-bis ed-uh-buhl] /ˈkæn ə bɪs ˈɛd ə bəl/ . a food or drink product that is infused with marijuana and ingested as an alternative to smoking or vaping the drug: The dispensary sells many popular edibles from candies and cookies to ciders and sodas.
- Also called CBD ed·i·ble [see-bee-dee-ed-uh-buhl] /ˈsiˈbiˈdi ˈɛd ə bəl/ . a food or drink product that is infused with CBD: Our food co-op just stocked a special display of CBD edibles, including chocolate bars and tea.
OTHER WORDS FOR edible
1 comestible, consumable.
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Origin of edible
OTHER WORDS FROM edible
ed·i·bil·i·ty, ed·i·ble·ness, nounnon·ed·i·bil·i·ty, nounnon·ed·i·ble, adjective, nounnon·ed·i·ble·ness, noun
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH edibleaddable, edible
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How to use edible in a sentence
When I got to sea I found that his tubers were rank and unedible, and full of fine yellow streaks of repulsive appearance.Sailing Alone Around The World|Joshua Slocum
Cut cold meat of any variety in thin slices; trim off all unedible portions and dispose neatly in the center of an ample dish.
This is the explanation given for its readiness to swallow unedible substances.Reptiles and Birds|Louis Figuier
British Dictionary definitions for edible
/ (ˈɛdɪbəl) /
fit to be eaten; eatable
Derived forms of edibleedibility or edibleness, noun
Word Origin for edible
C17: from Late Latin edibilis, from Latin edere to eat
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