cinnamon bark

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n cinnamon bark aromatic bark used as a spice
    • n cinnamon bark aromatic bark of Saigon cinnamon used medicinally as a carminative
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Usage

In literature:

After that, the inner cinnamon bark would dry and draw up, till the pieces looked like quills.
"Out of the Triangle" by Mary E. Bamford
His character was like the bark of the cinnamon, a rough and astringent rind without, and an intense sweetness within.
"Precaution" by James Fenimore Cooper
Is the cinnamon tree, whose bark is more worth than his body.
"Character Writings of the 17th Century" by Various
In March or April, when the sap rises, the cinnamon or bark is taken from the trees.
"A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels, Volume VII" by Robert Kerr
These shoots yield an incomparably fine cinnamon bark.
"The Commercial Products of the Vegetable Kingdom" by P. L. Simmonds
A strong tea made from cinnamon bark, or witch-hazel leaves or bark, taken freely, will prove very efficacious in checking the flow.
"The People's Common Sense Medical Adviser in Plain English" by R. V. Pierce
Cassia bark is much thicker than cinnamon bark.
"Human Foods and Their Nutritive Value" by Harry Snyder
Cinnamon oil is produced from this bark by distillation; the mode is very primitive and wasteful.
"Scientific American, Volume XLIII., No. 25, December 18, 1880" by Various
In the brazier which had warmed her tent the glowing bark and cinnamon had turned to cold, white ash.
"Under the Rose" by Frederic Stewart Isham
Scald in vinegar to which has been added one cup of brown sugar, one stick of cinnamon bark, a few cloves, red pepper to taste.
"The Community Cook Book" by Anonymous
The color of the inner bark, near the root, is red, like cinnamon.
"The Nursery, September 1873, Vol. XIV. No. 3" by Various
Long strips of curled cinnamon-colored bark strewed the ground.
"The Wizard's Daughter and Other Stories" by Margaret Collier Graham
Take cloves, allspice, and cinnamon bark, of each half an ounce; white oak bark, one ounce.
"The Ladies Book of Useful Information" by Anonymous
Its light-gray or cinnamon-gray bark is thin and scaly.
"Wild Life on the Rockies" by Enos A. Mills
The cinnamon-tree is indigenous, and is largely cultivated for the valuable bark which it yields.
"The Pearl of India" by Maturin M. Ballou
The bark, cinnamon-colored, flakes off in long ribbon-like strips with a satiny luster.
"My First Summer in the Sierra" by John Muir
For potatoes, add a few cloves or a small piece of cinnamon bark to flavor.
"Civic League Cook Book" by Anonymous
The bark is cinnamon-red in color.
"Trees Worth Knowing" by Julia Ellen Rogers
Cinnamon trees grow in the park, and from the bark of the trees a cinnamon odor arises.
"Seven Legs Across the Seas" by Samuel Murray
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In news:

Spiderweb partition in bark skin, recycled glass, and resin in cinnamon by Livinglass, 800-846-0245.
Spiderweb partition in bark skin, recycled glass, and resin in cinnamon by Livinglass, 800-846-0245.
Cinnamon is a spice obtained from the inner bark of evergreen trees in the genus Cinnamomum.
Give a collection of philosophy's recipe-inspired shower gels including 'old fashioned eggnog', 'hot buttered rum', 'peppermint bark' and 'cinnamon buns' shampoo, shower gel and bubble baths.
The Chai Cola Light offers the same flavor as the original with fewer calories utilizing filtered water, black tea, ginger root, cinnamon bark, yerba maté, cardamom, clove and natural erythritol.
Cinnamon is actually a tree and cinnamon sticks are rolled up pieces of the bark.
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