[ UK /bˈiːnstɔːk/ ]
  1. stem of a bean plant
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  • Eventually, as the pile grows like Jack's beanstalk, the pressure on the publicists grows.
  • The final layer of polish for this DVD is, of course, the translation into English, and the subtitles come out just fine (even though they use yet another translation of Otani's nickname for Risa, adding "beanstalk" to a thesaurus that already includes "Amazon" and "jumbo gal"). Anime News Network
  • Jack, of beanstalk fame, makes his fortune as a newspaper delivery boy in this new twist on some old fairy tales.
  • Pictured: huge 'beanstalk' sunflower that has grown 10 feet in a month news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph
  • Richard Ashton has appeared in Jack And The Beanstalk already this year, but what a contrast to this winter's pantomime engagement at York Theatre Royal.
  • Jack follows the story of Jack (of beanstalk, giant-killing, spring heels, etc fame), a rogue Fable who is banished for the sin of making best-selling movies about his adventures. Boing Boing
  • They may have finished with a whimper, after the biggest collapse since the giant came tumbling down the beanstalk. The Sun
  • There had been a beanstalk there once, but that had been cut down, and over the years an oak tree had grown there instead.
  • And now you've gone and made the man under the sheep run down a beanstalk. Times, Sunday Times
  • The mammoth tree, one of the tallest flowering plants alive, shoots up and up and up, disappearing into the sky like Jack's beanstalk.
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