[ US /ˈmænˌɡoʊɫd/ ]
  1. beet with a large yellowish root; grown chiefly as cattle feed
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How To Use mangold In A Sentence

  • Presto pasta nights: Penne with mangold, feta, and onions March « 2009 « Were rabbits
  • Beyond the negative, there was just a possibility of sarcasm in it — ‘nice long speeches on mangold-wurzel’ had a suspicious sound. Wessex Tales
  • The mangolds were fed to the cows and a corn or barley mix was kept on farm also for animal feed.
  • The PACE rapporteur, Ruth-Gaby Vermot-Mangold, says that she was concerned about the fate of more than 300 babies.
  • The scarcity of mangolds led to much experimentation with alternative aerial vegetation.
  • Not many children nowadays would know what a mangold is but then it was grown as fodder for cattle and it was often left to the farmer's children to bring out a cart full of turnips or mangolds to the sheep and cattle in the winter fields.
  • Better women than I would be proud of the honour, for when I read your nice long speeches on mangold-wurzel, and such like topics, at the Wessex Tales
  • So we used to give them one feed of hay a day and one feed of straw and mangolds a day.
  • And even though the current title befits a high concept Matt LeBlanc comeback vehicle, the lack of awareness is odd since Knight is due next summer and directed by James Mangold, who can aptly do the macho-thing (3:10 to Yuma), the girl-thing (Girl, Interrupted), and in between (Walk the Line). New Footage From Knight & Day with Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz | /Film
  • A nicely-done spoof site: The Mangold-Hurling Association ( "Everything within a 1 yard radius of beetroot turns purple due to the betacyanin pigment it contains"). Archive 2004-01-01
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