cassavanoun [ U ]uk /kəˈsɑː.və/ us /kəˈsɑː.və/
Examples from literature
- Of this root they make in the West Indies a sort of bread, called cassava bread.
- The care of our animals occupied us a great part of the morning, then we prepared our cassava, and baked our cakes on iron plates.
- The country around is elevated, undulating, and very extensively planted with cassava.
- Very heavy crops of maize and sorghum are raised, and the cassava bushes are seven feet in height.
- When we plant cassava, they do the same.