- any of various herbaceous plants of the genus Atriplex that thrive in deserts and salt marshes
How To Use orach In A Sentence
- He arranges an apparent tryst at Hero's window involving Hero's lady-in-waiting, Margaret, and a henchman of Don John's, Borachio, with whom Margaret is besottedly in love. Shakespeare
- Outside the wall the samphire and orach beds are wholly marine. The Naturalist on the Thames
- Conclusion. In the pediatric patient presenting with neurologic deficits and pneumorachis, ligamentous injury of the spine, even in the absence of bony injury, should be suspected.
- Best of the bunch, the three of us agreed, were the aforementioned mackerel served with orache a native weed often found on waste ground, broccoli, both limp and petrified, and a dribble of Evening Standard - Home
- Spinach was a better green vegetable than the goosefoots, sorrels, orach, and similar plants which were widely used in medieval Europe, and gradually usurped their place.
- I might try orach again sometime, and use the leaves small. Archive 2009-04-01
- The pesatero or landlord of the inn had been despatched by my brave chapel-churies, with his fine family of children — the officers quartered in the podesta had of course bolted; but one man remained, and my fellows were on the point of cutting him into ten thousand pieces with their borachios, when I arrived in the room time enough to prevent the catastrophe. Burlesques
- Orach can be cooked, but most varieties lose their bright colors.
- Or for the abject poverty that had made bitter orach plants, cooked in water that had tested positive for typhoid, dysentery, and malaria, seem desirable. Peace Meals
- Does the shulchan orach mention something about lesbians being punished? Support Gay Rights? No Jesus Cookie For You… | Jewschool