edible

[หˆษ›dษ™bษ™l]

edible Definition

safe or fit to be eaten; not poisonous.

Using edible: Examples

Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "edible" can be used in various situations through the following examples!

  • Example

    The berries are edible but the leaves are poisonous.

  • Example

    The cake was not only beautiful but also very edible.

  • Example

    This mushroom is not edible, it's poisonous.

  • Example

    The restaurant serves a variety of edible plants and flowers in their dishes.

edible Synonyms and Antonyms

Phrases with edible

  • a plant-based oil that is safe for human consumption

    Example

    Olive oil is a popular edible oil used in cooking.

  • a decorative display of fruit or other edible items

    Example

    The centerpiece of the party was an edible arrangement of chocolate-covered strawberries and pineapple slices.

  • a garden that is planted with edible plants and herbs

    Example

    She has an edible garden in her backyard where she grows vegetables and herbs.

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Summary: edible in Brief

The term 'edible' [หˆษ›dษ™bษ™l] refers to something that is safe and fit for human consumption. It can be used to describe anything from fruits and vegetables to oils and flowers. Examples include 'The berries are edible but the leaves are poisonous,' and 'The restaurant serves a variety of edible plants and flowers in their dishes.' Synonyms for 'edible' include 'eatable,' 'comestible,' and 'palatable.'

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