oxtail

[ UK /ˈɒkste‍ɪl/ ]
NOUN
  1. the skinned tail of cattle; used especially for soups
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How To Use oxtail In A Sentence

  • Of course, it's quite impossible to live without roast rib of beef (of which more on Friday) and braised oxtail.
  • Dock, foxtail, jimsonweed, johnsongrass, morning glory, wild nightshades and ragweed indicate a soil low in calcium and phosphorus.
  • There's also oxtail on the menu, as well as rice pilau, and, if you call ahead, the owner will make ginger beer.
  • Giant foxtail and waterhemp often increases in population in no-till during the first several years, but effective control will eventually reduce the foxtail population, due to a lack of seed return to the soil surface.
  • If foxtail grows in your yard mow the grass often, especially in late spring when the plant grows most rapidly.
  • Sara 7:52 pm: And axe and the foxtail are overused costume bits, often inappropriately used Transcript: Rayguns! Steampunk Fiction « Coyote Con
  • That way, shallow rooted weeds like foxtail and bluegrass will be unable to grow until the alfalfa has a head start.
  • Equisetum are known as horsetails, foxtails, or scouring rushes - this last name is derived from the fact that Equisetum stores granules of silica within its cells, making it an effective tool for scrubbing pots and polishing wood.
  • Whereas his fields used to sprout hemp dogbane and wirestem mully, now the troublemakers are mainly foxtail and pigweed, with buttonweed showing up some years, and some horseweed in the small grain.
  • Species found in the meadows include great burnet, meadow foxtail, red fescue, meadow saffron, narrow-leaved water-dropwort, mousetail, and the unusual small-flowered winter-cress on bare banks of the Severn.
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