apium graveolens dulce, cultivated celery
vegetable (part of speech: noun)
sweet potato, green beans, Brussels sprouts, radish, peas, pepper, mushroom, cabbage, chard, turnip, onion, spinach, leek, carrot, squash, yam, cauliflower, vegetable, zucchini, romain, lentils, rice, broccoli, tomato, collard greens, chive, eggplant, string beans, okra, beet, parsley, rutabaga, shallot, pumpkin, potato, lettuce, maize, Lima beans, artichoke, endive, asparagus, corn, parsnip, water cress, beans, cucumber
vegetables (part of speech: noun)
cucumbers, zucchinis, artichokes, carrots, turnips, onions, potatoes, endives, squashes, mushrooms, sweet potatoes, chives, parsnips, eggplants, beets, pumpkins, peppers, rutabagas, shallots, tomatoes, radishes, leeks, vegetables, cabbages, okras, yams
- The captain carved the turkey, giving due honour to Mr. Cheesacre as he did so; and when he nibbled his celery with his cheese, he was prettily jocose about the richness of the farmyard at Oileymead. - "Can You Forgive Her?", Anthony Trollope.
- When boiled as long as desired, lift gently on to rounds of buttered toast, sprinkle with salt and pepper, garnish with parsley or small celery leaves and serve on a hot platter. - "Cookery for Little Girls", Olive Hyde Foster.
- Add the potatoes and celery leaves and cook the mixture at boiling temperature until the potatoes are tender. - "School and Home Cooking", Carlotta C. Greer.