esculent


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When so many costs are devoted to superb and splendid buildings, luxurious clothes, and all kinds of esculent delights--I pass over in silence the innumerable remainder of unnecessary things--is it any marvel that poverty is dreaded if the gain of usury is not abandoned?
Potato: ('I suppose an American word') An esculent root.
And if astronauts ever venture to Mars, John Reader asserts in his 2009 book Potato: A History of the Propitious Esculent, potatoes will surely be a staple of their daily meals.
I find I incorporate gneiss and coal and long-threaded moss and fruits and grains and esculent roots, And am stucco'd with quadrupeds and birds all over
ldots] wintergrain sprouts, and those of the light-yellow corn, and of the esculent roots of the garden,
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