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also peas·cod  (pēz′kŏd′)
Archaic The pod of the pea.


(ˈpiːzˌkɒd) or


(Plants) archaic the pod of a pea plant
[C14: from pease + cod2]



n. Archaic.
the pod of the pea.


- Another word for the pod of the pea.
See also related terms for pea.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.peasecod - husk of a peapeasecod - husk of a pea; edible in some garden peas
pea - the fruit or seed of a pea plant
cod, pod, seedcase - the vessel that contains the seeds of a plant (not the seeds themselves)
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The Leach-gatherer appealed to the ring for Neat, and Peasecod alias Shelly, bl--st--ed all their eyes on behalf of Gas.
The abracadabra was worn nine days and then flung into a river, in order to see the fairies, one is directed to put nine grains of wheat on a four - leaved clover; nine knots are made in black wool as a charm for a sprained ankle; if a servant finds nine green peas in a peasecod, she lays it on the lintel of the kitchen door, and the first man that enters in is to be her cavalier; to see nine magpies is most unlucky; a cat has nine lives; and the nine of diamonds is known as the Curse of Scotland.