Beetroots vs Beetrooty - What's the difference?

beetroots | beetrooty |


As a noun beetroots

is .

As an adjective beetrooty is

resembling beetroot in colour, texture, etc.

beetroots

English

Noun

(head)
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    beetrooty

    English

    Adjective

    (en adjective)
  • Resembling beetroot in colour, texture, etc.
  • * 1859 , Charles Dickens, All the Year Round?
  • "She's coming out," screamed the smallest boy, with the whitest face, the most beetrooty nose, the thinnest blouse, and the most precocious intellect ever seen or heard of.
  • * 1862 , James Hogg, Florence Marryat (eds), London Society?
  • The exertion of walking in a tight dress over rough fields made her momentarily more beetrooty .
  • * 1961 , Boris Lavrenev, Margaret Wettlin, N Jochel, The Forty First?
  • Swelling up with a beetrooty apoplectic rage, the Councillor seized the white silk chair and, swinging it by the arms, banged it violently against the floor...
  • Containing beetroot.
  • * 2003 , Charles Campion, The rough guide to London restaurants?
  • The soup makes a good starter: Ukrainian barszcz (£4.50) is a rich, beetrooty affair.
  • * 2006 , Kate Lyons, The Corner of Your Eye?
  • Innocent, sandy, smiling, smelling of clove cigarettes and beetrooty hamburgers and a faraway sea.