wheat

[ UK /wˈiːt/ ]
[ US /ˈhwit, ˈwit/ ]
NOUN
  1. grains of common wheat; sometimes cooked whole or cracked as cereal; usually ground into flour
  2. annual or biennial grass having erect flower spikes and light brown grains
  3. a variable yellow tint; dull yellow, often diluted with white
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How To Use wheat In A Sentence

  • Because wheat emerges so quickly, weeds must be killed before drilling using tillage or contact herbicides.
  • His great-uncle started the business in the mid-19th century when he moved to Bradford from Turkey to trade in opium for the pharmaceutical trade, wheat, barley, fur and mohair.
  • Bulgaria's State Agriculture Fund has started selecting grain producers for buying out bread wheat for the newly set up Grain Commodity Fund.
  • Soft red winter wheat and corn used were produced on farms in southeast Virginia and obtained from a local grain dealer.
  • “The people have been requested to have heatless days, meatless days, wheatless days,” Wayne Wheeler said in a letter to President Wilson. LAST CALL
  • Siberia a country in which nothing will grow; in some parts there is wheat, and where _wheat_ will not grow _barley_ will, and where _barley_ will not grow _turnips_ will. Far Off
  • Compared to its refined counterpart, wholewheat pasta gives a slower, more sustained release of energy into the bloodstream, is higher in fibre and more nutritious too.
  • The drought has caused great harm to the growing of wheat in the province, with more than about 733,000 hectares of wheat land unable to be sown.
  • That district is fertile in wheat.
  • She begins by wearing a hat that looks like a small wheatfield, and ends resembling a giant purple grape. Times, Sunday Times
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