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dulse The common name for the red seaweed Palmaria palmata (formerly Rhodymenia palmata). The thallus is flattened and usually dichotomously branched. It grows in the intertidal zone and at low-water mark, attached to rocks or to other seaweeds by a discoid holdfast. It has been used widely as food, although it is reputed to be tough and somewhat flavourless. See also PEPPER DULSE.

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dulse Edible purplish‐brown seaweeds, Rhodymenia palmata and Dilsea carnosa, used in soups and jellies.

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dulse edible seaweed. XVII. — Ir., Gael. duileasg.

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dulse •Hals • rinkhals • valse • else • grilse •false, waltz •convulse, dulse, pulse •impulse

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