What is a simile for broccoli?
As green as grass
No, it's an ordinary comparison (NOT simile=metaphorical comparison, because it does not involve objects belonging to different categories)
The noun 'broccoli' is an uncountable noun. Units of broccoli are expressed as a floret of broccoli or florets of broccoli.
Some dishes that use broccoli as an ingredient are cheesy broccoli casserole, broccoli salad, cream of broccoli soup, beef and broccoli stir fry and broccoli cheese soup.
broccoli rabe is more leafy than broccoli. yanasj2
Yes broccoli and broccoli rabe are in the same family, but it is not a type of broccoli it is a Italian green leafy vegetable.
Yes the word simile is a noun. A simile is a figure of speech.
Broccoli can kill you if you are allergic to it. Not everyone can eat broccoli and animals should not eat broccoli either.
No one developed the vegetable broccoli. Broccoli was not invented by man.
The collective noun for broccoli is a bunch of broccoli.
no, broccoli rabe is choy sum (caixin), Chinese broccoli is Kai lam (jielan)
simile its a simile when you use "like"
No. A simile compares one thing to another. Therefore no one word by itself can be a simile and so the word "as" is not a simile. However the word "as" often forms part of a simile, for example: "he is as brave as a lion".
I luv broccoli, Broccoli tastes gross/tasty
Broccoli was adapted in Italy from the vegetable, cauliflower, by the Broccoli family.
Broccoli is not composed of grass, but is actually made of broccoli.
Broccoli is a vegetable and it grows on broccoli plants.
Answer is "Broccoli", Broccoli is Sanskrit word, it is come from Sanskrit.
Dale Broccoli goes by DJ Broccoli.
What Is A Simile Definition?
Simile for frost
simile of a rock
simile about dads
yes there is a simile Eg the 1st line is a simile! :D
A simile is a sentance that describes something eg. The simile was as long as a rats tail.
simile It is an example of a simile (uses like or as). A simile in itself though is a type of metaphor.
Broccoli has more vitamins than cauliflower, broccoli grows flowers, broccoli is green and cauliflower is white.
nobody knows broccoli could be called shrimp and shrimp could be called broccoli.
there is no tamil word for broccoli as there is no broccoli is tamil speaking countries. We would just say 'broccoli' and maybe transliterate it if it had to be written.
You can not get Broccoli Spears as a moshling on Moshi Monsters. Broccoli Spears is a singer in the Underground Disco where you can get her song. You can get a Broccoli Spears poster at Horrod's. You can not get Broccoli Spears as a moshling on Moshi Monsters. Broccoli Spears is a singer in the Underground Disco where you can get her song. You can get a Broccoli Spears poster at Horrod's.
1) Calabrese Broccoli 2) Sprouting Broccoli 3) Purple Cauliflower (yes, that is a kind of broccoli). Not included are Rapini (a.k.a. Broccoli Raab, which is actually a kind of turnip); Kai Lan (Chinese Broccoli, which is a leafy plant); and Romanesco Broccoli, which is an edible flower sometimes considered a kind of cauliflower.
Kannada word for broccoli is Kosugedde or Kōsugaḍḍe. (ಕೋಸುಗಡ್ಡೆ)
The word "pigsty" itself is not a simile, as a simile uses "like" or "as" in the phrase. But "messy as a pigsty" or "your room is like a pigsty" would be a simile.
yes it is a simile because if there is a sentence has a "like" or "as" then it is a simile.
simile for stuck
no it is not a simile
what is a simile for benifits
original simile for dirty as a
what is a simile for confederate system
Simile for a king is the ruler.
Broccoli is a "brassica".
What is the oppisite of broccoli
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Chinese broccoli is a more leafy vegetable with less (or none) of the florets that we generally consider characteristic of "regular" broccoli.
No, I've eaten raw broccoli for years and never had a rash
the effect that a simile has in a poem is that it paints a picture in our minds as a simile is a descriptive set of words. :)
No a simile is a comparison using the words "like" or "as." If you said "sweet as pie" it would be a simile.
No, the word broccoli is a common noun, a word for any broccoli. A proper noun is the name of a person, place, thing, or a title; for example: Broccoli the Magic Clown of Alexandria, VA Broccoli Street, North Las Vegas, NV or Broccoli Road, Brunswick, GA Broccoli Hall, a private garden in Amenia, NY "Cubby Broccoli: The Man Behind Bond" 2000 documentary film
broccoli is a carbohydrate, however uncooked broccoli does contain a small amount of protein.
Yes it is a simile.