Origin of yuca
Words nearby yuca
How to use yuca in a sentence
He opened Yuca, an upscale Cuban-style restaurant in Miami, at the age of 24.
He opened Yuca, an upscale Cuban-style restaurant in Miami at the age of 24.
The only beverage of the Huitotos is the cahuana, a preparation of yuca and the pulp of a forest fruit known as the aguaje.
It is then dried and roasted in the same way as the other yuca.
The houses are of split bamboo and palm-thatch, often hid in a plantation of yuca and plantain.The Andes and the Amazon|James Orton
A patch of yuca once planted will need but the most trifling attention for years.The Andes of Southern Peru|Isaiah Bowman
Finally the trail ended in a long, dark tunnel, larger and higher than the one through which they had passed on the way to Yuca.The Inca Emerald|Samuel Scoville