Synonyms for Cabbage:


humpback, mazuma, madwoman, money, hunchback, jack, madman, cash, backward, dwarf, currency, imbecile, moola, long green, green, brass, lunatic, cripple. bread (noun)
cabbage (noun)
Brassica Oleracea, lift, filch, gelt, loot, pinch, kale, nobble, cultivated cabbage, pelf, shekels, swipe, moolah, bread, hook, pilfer, snarf, dough, chou, purloin, lucre, sneak, dinero, abstract.
food (noun)
money (noun)
bread, dough.
vegetable (noun)
eggplant, Brussels Sprouts, yam, asparagus, leek, turnip, okra, endive, radish, carrot, onion, collard greens, celery, shallot, kale, pumpkin, Peas, parsley, beet, pepper, corn, Lentils, string beans, cauliflower, parsnip, broccoli, rice, green beans, artichoke, rutabaga, chive, chard, lettuce, squash, tomato, cucumber, sweet potato, maize, Beans, potato, Water cress, Romain, spinach, vegetable, zucchini, Lima beans, mushroom.
vegetables (noun)
aubergine, arugula, bamboo shoots, beetroot, acorn squash, bell pepper, Bok Choy.


possession (verb)
lift, hook, swipe, purloin, sneak, abstract, nobble, snarf, filch, pinch, pilfer.

Other synonyms:

imbecile, madwoman, madman, humpback, money, moola, mazuma, hunchback, long green. currency, lunatic. cripple, dwarf, cash. brass. backward, green. jack. Other relevant words:
currency, moolah, imbecile, moola, arugula, purloin, sneak, jack, beetroot, snarf, filch, lucre, backward, pilfer, Brassica Oleracea, swipe, abstract, nobble, hunchback, humpback, madwoman, cultivated cabbage, cash, chou, pinch, green, lunatic, hook, bread, brass, madman, pelf, mazuma, lift, loot, long green, money, dough, gelt, cripple, dinero, shekels, kale, aubergine, dwarf.

Usage examples for cabbage

  1. I like to think of him digging gardens- room for cabbage and all. – The Letters of Elizabeth Barrett Browning (1 of 2) by Frederic G. Kenyon
  2. It was called the " rose of Jericho," though it is not a rose at all, but a first cousin to the mustard, and only a small affair at that, scarcely as large as a cabbage head. – Seed Dispersal by William J. Beal
  3. The long, graceful leaves of this cabbage palm had been torn open, and the heart thus left to ferment. – Through Five Republics on Horseback by G. Whitfield Ray