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pea US English

A spherical green seed that is widely eaten as a vegetable

field pea US English

A pea plant of a variety grown chiefly for fodder or as green manure

grass pea US English

A plant of the pea family which is cultivated as food for animals and humans, though excessive consumption can lead to lathyrism

pea bean US English

A variety of kidney bean with small rounded seeds

pea crab US English

Another term for oyster crab.

pea-eater US English

A farm animal which has been poisoned as a result of eating Darling pea, a poisonous plant of the Swainsona genus

pea flour US English

Flour made from dried split peas

pea green US English

A yellowish green color like that of pea soup

pea soup US English

Soup made from peas, especially a thick, yellowish-green soup made from dried split peas

pea tree US English

A shrub or small tree with yellow pealike flowers, native to Siberia and grown as an ornamental

snap pea US English

Another term for sugar snap.

snow pea US English

A pea of a variety with an edible pod, eaten when the pod is young and flat

split pea US English

A pea dried and split in half for cooking

sweet pea US English

A climbing plant of the pea family, widely cultivated for its colorful fragrant flowers

pea green New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(two words, hyphen when attributive)

garden pea US English

A variety of pea grown for food

pea-brained US English

Stupid; foolish

pea flower US English

A flower that is characteristic of many leguminous plants and typified by that of the pea

pea jacket US English

A short, double-breasted overcoat of coarse woolen cloth, formerly worn by sailors

pea-souper US English

A very thick yellowish fog

pea-struck US English

(Of a farm animal) poisoned as a result of eating the Darling pea, a poisonous plant of the Swainsona genus

pigeon pea US English

A dark red tropical pealike seed

rosary pea US English

A tropical plant of the pea family that produces extremely poisonous, shiny, scarlet beans with a black eye

pea jacket New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

short double-breasted overcoat

asparagus pea US English

A pea plant which has edible cylindrical pods with four longitudinal wavy flanges

black-eyed pea US English

Another term for cowpea.

chickling pea US English

Another term for grass pea.

marrowfat pea US English

A pea of a large variety that is processed and sold in cans

partridge pea US English

A yellow-flowered leguminous plant with sensitive leaves

peabrain US English

A stupid person

pea shrub in pea tree US English

A shrub or small tree with yellow pealike flowers, native to Siberia and grown as an ornamental

sugar snap US English

A snow pea, especially of a variety with distinctively thick and rounded pods

goober US English

A peanut

peashooter US English

A toy weapon consisting of a small tube that is blown through in order to shoot out dried peas

thrips US English

A minute black winged insect that sucks plant sap and can be a serious pest of ornamental and food plants when present in large numbers

pea family in pea US English

The hardy Eurasian climbing plant that yields pods containing these seeds

sugar snap pea in sugar snap US English

A snow pea, especially of a variety with distinctively thick and rounded pods

black-eyed pea in pea US English

Used in names of edible spherical seeds of the pea family, e.g., chickpea and black-eyed pea