turnip in a sentence

turnip meaning:

v. t.) The edible, fleshy, roundish, or somewhat conical with whitish root, and hairy leaves that are sometimes eaten as greens.

turnip sentence:

The turnip provides nutrition for you.

Turnips and potatoes were the chief green crops.

I will write another post on growing turnips.

Pickled turnips are homespun goodness.

She put carrots, turnips and beets in the soup.

I planted seeds of turnip in my garden.

I had turnip soup for breakfast.

You had better peel the turnips before eating.

Will you fetch my dear aunt a raw turnip, please?

The cultivated turnip was brought over here from Holland about 1550.

A big turnip was cleaned and a hole bored in it for the candle; this was decorated with red berried holly and placed in the window.

Their favourites are sugar beet, turnips and swedes where these are still available.

Melt some butter in a pan, add the turnips.

In the evening he used to boil the turnips for his supper while his wife made the bread.

They survived on bread, porridge and a sort of vegetable soup with lentils, turnips, onions and beans.

In planting turnips, do not plant the seeds upside down.

The chief crops are wheat, barley, oats and turnips.

Dry turnip slices on the pumpkin.

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