Definition of Sparagus. Meaning of Sparagus. Synonyms of Sparagus

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Definition of Sparagus

Sparagus
Sparage Spar"age (?; 48), Sparagus Spar"a*gus, Sparagrass Spar"a*grass`, n. Obs. or corrupt forms of Asparagus.

Meaning of Sparagus from wikipedia

- The Sparagus Garden is a Caroline era stage play, a comedy by Richard Brome. It was the greatest success of Brome's career, and one of the major theatrical...
- the plant was once known in English as sperage, from the Medieval Latin sparagus. This term itself derives from the Gr**** aspharagos or asparagos, and the...
- renowned playwright, ShakeSparagus, who was extremely impressed by Larry’s performance in the last show. As a result, ShakeSparagus gives Nezzer the script...
- it won approval over the next generation or two. In Richard Brome's The Sparagus Garden (1635), the character Rebecca desires to see it "above all plays...
- on the trend. Brome includes views of this phenomenon in his plays The Sparagus Garden and The Damoiselle. The most direct historical model for Brome's...
- Henrietta's Men. In 1635 they had a major success with Richard Brome's play The Sparagus Garden, which reportedly earned £1000 at the box office. Other plays in...
- Company and Queen Henrietta's Men at the Salisbury Court Theatre. Brome's Sparagus Garden was a huge success at the Salisbury Court in 1635, earning over...
- pregnancy with a pillow under her dress, just as Annabelle does in Brome's The Sparagus Garden. Other elements in the play's plotting and style also indicate Brome...
- Brome displays in other works, like The Weeding of Covent Garden and The Sparagus Garden, of exploiting the actual locations of London for the settings of...
- The Grateful Servant (1637) for William Leake; and Richard Brome's The Sparagus Garden and The Antipodes for Francis Constable, and Thomas Nabbes's The...
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