mesclun

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mes·clun

 (mĕs′klən)
n.
A mixture of young leafy greens, often including young lettuces, used as salad.

[Provençal mesclom, mesclumo, mixture, from Vulgar Latin *misculāre, to mix thoroughly; see meddle.]
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mesclun

(ˈmɛskluːn)
n
(Cookery) a green salad made from a mixture of young leaves and shoots
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mesc•lun

(ˈmɛs klən)
n.
a salad consisting esp. of young, tender mixed greens.
[1985–90; < French, < mescler to mix]
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