Poudre de Neptune (dill, fennel, star anise, seaweed) is by far the most-used seasoning in my kitchen.
Ferrier saw an object like a mass of seaweed, but the night was so pitchy that no outline could be made out.
I took the dark spot to be a patch of seaweed, and told him to go on.
Joy sparkles on every pebble; Art spreads its welcome arms through every spray of seaweed.
I can't think why you flop about so helplessly, like a bit of seaweed.
No remains of plants have been found in Cambrian strata, except some doubtful markings, as of seaweed.
When that provision fails, I have heard they live on seaweed.
The river at Cloisterham is sufficiently near the sea to throw up oftentimes a quantity of seaweed.
There is squid to follow, and sea urchins and a seaweed salad.
Chauncy was now sincerely anxious to win the laurels of the day, the arrival of the seaweed Townies having toned up the market.
Any of various red, green, or brown algae that live in ocean waters. Some species of seaweed are free-floating, while others are attached to the ocean bottom. Seaweed range from the size of a pinhead to having large fronds (such as those of many kelps) that can be as much as 30.5 m (100 ft) in length. Certain species are used for food (such as nori) and fertilizer, and others are harvested for carrageenan and other substances used as thickening, stabilizing, emulsifying, or suspending agents in industrial, pharmaceutical, and food products. Seaweed is also a natural source of the element iodine, which is otherwise found only in very small amounts. See more at brown alga, green alga, red alga.