As a adjective leafy
is covered with leaves.
As a noun endive is
a leafy salad vegetable, (taxlink
), which is often confused with chicory.
Other Comparisons: What's the difference?
* leavy (consisting of leaves; obsolete in the sense "covered with leaves" )
covered with leaves
containing much foliage
- leafy trees
in the form of leaves (of some material)
resembling a leaf
- a leafy avenue
* : foliated, laminate, layered
* leafy greens
* leafy liverwort
* leafy sea dragon
* leafy spurge
* leafy vegetable
A leafy salad vegetable, , which is often confused with chicory.
* , ; (broad-leaved endive)
* Belgian endive (from Cichorium intybus )