Definition of Edible fruit
1. Noun. Edible reproductive body of a seed plant especially one having sweet flesh.
Specialized synonyms: Freestone, Cling, Clingstone, Windfall, Apple, Berry, Lansa, Lansat, Lanseh, Lanset, Carambola, Star Fruit, Ceriman, Monstera, Carissa Plum, Natal Plum, Citrous Fruit, Citrus, Citrus Fruit, Tangelo, Ugli, Ugli Fruit, Apricot, Peach, Nectarine, Pitahaya, Plum, Dried Fruit, Fig, Ananas, Pineapple, Anchovy Pear, River Pear, Banana, Passion Fruit, Breadfruit, Jack, Jackfruit, Jak, Canistel, Eggfruit, Melon, Cherry, Coco Plum, Cocoa Plum, Icaco, Grape, Custard Apple, Papaw, Pawpaw, Papaya, Kai Apple, Ketembilla, Kitambilla, Kitembilla, Ackee, Akee, Durian, Feijoa, Pineapple Guava, Genip, Spanish Lime, Genipap, Genipap Fruit, Chinese Gooseberry, Kiwi, Kiwi Fruit, Japanese Plum, Loquat, Mangosteen, Mango, Sapodilla, Sapodilla Plum, Sapota, Mammee, Marmalade Plum, Sapote, Tamarind, Tamarindo, Aguacate, Alligator Pear, Avocado, Avocado Pear, Date, Elderberry, Guava, Mombin, Hog Plum, Yellow Mombin, Hog Plum, Wild Plum, Jaboticaba, Chinese Date, Chinese Jujube, Jujube, Leechee, Lichee, Lichi, Litchee, Litchi, Litchi Nut, Lychee, Dragon's Eye, Longanberry, Mamey, Mammee, Mammee Apple, Marang, Medlar, Medlar, Pear, Plumcot, Pomegranate, Prickly Pear, Garambulla, Barbados Gooseberry, Blade Apple, Native Peach, Quandang, Quandong, Quantong, Quince, Rambotan, Rambutan, Pulasan, Pulassan, Rose Apple, Sorb, Sorb Apple, Sour Gourd, Monkey Bread, Sour Gourd
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Literary usage of Edible fruit
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1. Supplementary Papers (1893)
"Fruit edible. Fruit edible. Fruit edible. Fruit edible. Fruit edible. h Leaves and twigs have a hot taste and strong smell. Thrown in the wc, ..."
2. Journal of the Straits Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society by Straits Branch (1878)
"... (this gives the most water and has ¡in edible fruit), ... shoots edible, water plentiful), jola (fruit edible), gì'grip (edible fruit very pleasant), ..."
3. Trees & Shrubs for English Plantations: A Selection and Description of the by Augustus Mongredien (1870)
"IN this chapter are collected, but in two separate lists—1st, Those species which bear edible fruit; and 2d, Those of which the fruit is merely ornamental. ..."
4. Judicial and Statutory Definitions of Words and Phrases by West Publishing Company (1914)
"262, as an "edible fruit," dried, and not entitled to free entry under paragraph 559, as a fruit not specially provided for. United States v. ..."
5. A Complete pronouncing medical dictionary: Embracing the Terminology of by Joseph Thomas (1885)
"It bears an edible fruit called Water Lemon, which has a delicious flavor ... Large Granadilla, an ornamental exotic plant bearing an edible fruit and large ..."
6. British Central Africa: An Attempt to Give Some Account of a Portion of the by Harry Hamilton Johnston (1898)
"It has an edible fruit, black in colour On removing the outer rind it is found exceedingly pleasant, or on simply chewing in the mouth it resembles a ..."
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