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wheats, plural;
  1. A cereal plant that is the most important kind grown in temperate countries, the grain of which is ground to make flour for bread, pasta, pastry, etc

  2. The grain of this plant


  1. annual or biennial grass having erect flower spikes and light brown grains
  2. grains of common wheat; sometimes cooked whole or cracked as cereal; usually ground into flour
  3. pale yellow: a variable yellow tint; dull yellow, often diluted with white
  4. Wheat (Triticum spp.)Belderok, Bob & Hans Mesdag & Dingena A. Donner. (2000) Bread-Making Quality of Wheat. Springer. p.3. ISBN 0-7923-6383-3. is a grass, originally from the Fertile Crescent region of the Near East, but now cultivated worldwide. ...
  5. Wheat is an indie rock group formed by singer/songwriter Scott Levesque, drummer Brendan Harney, guitarist Ricky Brennan, and bass player Kenny Madaras in Taunton, Massachusetts in 1996.
  6. Wheat is a color that resembles wheat.
  7. Wheat is an Chinese historical drama film directed by He Ping. Starring Fan Bingbing, Wang Jue, and others, Wheat tells the story of women left behind after their husbands are sent to war.
  8. any of several cereal grains, of the genus Triticum, that yields flour as used in bakery; a light brown colour, like that of wheat; wheaten, of a light brown colour, like that of wheat
  9. (Wheats) as in “a stack of wheats”: Pancakes
  10. Wheat has become a major grain due to the presence of gluten protein. This is what gives the structure to risen breads. There are two main varieties of wheat grown in North America; Durum wheat used in pasta and Bread wheat used in most all other wheat items. ...
  11. According to a conventionally dated 13th century BCE cuneiform letter found in the "governor's residency" at Aphek, Israel and addressed to the Egyptian official Haya from an official of the city of Ugarit by the name of Takuhlinu, we find a reference to a request for 250 parisu of wheat. ...
  12. Brought to earth by Lords of Wisdom from other spheres, as were all the grains, and indeed all plants and animals. Yet wheat is said not to be known in the wild state nor to have been developed from any grass. ...
  13. One of the earliest cultivated grains. It bore the Hebrew name hittah, and was extensively cultivated in Palestine. There are various species of wheat. That which Pharaoh saw in his dream was the Triticum compositum, which bears several ears upon one stalk (Gen 41:5). ...
  14. This is a good source of carbohydrate and protein, but it is one of the main ingredients known to cause dietary intolerances and allergies, so should be avoided when feeding pets with these problems.
  15. from Heb. bar and dagan, also translated "corn" and applicable to all cereals, is properly in Heb. khittah (cf. Arab. khintah), of which two varieties are especially cultivated in Palestine: Triticum cestivum, summer wheat, and T. ...
  16. Spiritual food for the "little flock." Misapplied spiritual food.
  17. There are over 37,000 varieties of this ubiquitous grain. Cultivated for over 6,000 years, wheat is second only to rice as a grain staple. Wheat contains more gluten than other cereals, making it an excellent choice for breadmaking.
  18. A cereal which is used in addition to, or instead of, malted barley as a source of fermentable sugar in beer production.
  19. Term refers to carved ornamentations representing three ears of wheat. This motif was extensively used by Hepplewhite.
  20. n. Corn. I must say I never knew about this one until someone pointed it out - soon enough I'm going to be a world authority on British/US differences. Perhaps I'll get on the telly.
  21. (emmer wheat Triticum dicoccum; bread wheat T. aestivum) is an annual crop which grows about three feet, though the primitive varieties were taller in rich soil, and with bearded ears.
  22. Wholesomeness, goodness, nourishment / Something ingrained in you; thoughts or feelings cropping up
  23. A type of grass that makes seeds that can be ground into flour. (TG, SRB)
  24. goes all the way back to Ancient Egypt and has been popular since. Wheat can be cracked, rolled, steamed or milled into flour. It is the most popular grain due to its great leavening and handling qualities. ...
  25. Wheat is a grain which primarily is used as a source of carbohydrates. It is also an inexpensive source of protein and fat. The more processed the wheat, the more digestible, i.e.: ground wheat will be more digestible than whole wheat. ...