zea

IPA: zˈi

Root Word: Zea

noun

  • A surname.
  • Any plant of the genus Zea.

Examples of "zea" in Sentences

  • Take a right down Lampraki to reach the pretty harbor of Zea.
  • The Earl Zea story is quite notable and deserving of an entry.
  • I have found that most religous zea; ots, at least ones I have met, are men.
  • On the grounds of the museum are scant remains of the ancient Theater of Zea.
  • You made an edit to Natalie Zea that alleged that she gave alcohol to her cat.
  • Zea however never saw the conclusion of his mission for he died shortly after.
  • Not Big Macs, not foie gras, not zea mays, not wines or cheeses or Five-Star bars.
  • I say him because I have found that most religous zea; ots, at least ones I have met, are men.
  • “All Brownzee be awash, awash” — sounding it so as to rhyme with “lash” — “the zea, the zea be all over us!”
  • Hoja de maíz (corn husk) zea maïs: Used both fresh and dried, corn husks most frequently serve as tamale wrappings.
  • The largest current applications of zea mays in the North American market are as animal feed and the making of sweeteners High Fructose Corn Syrup, neither of which contribute directly to subsistence.

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