Definition of Grapefruits

1. Noun. (plural of grapefruit) ¹



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Definition of Grapefruits

1. grapefruit [n] - See also: grapefruit

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Grapefruits

grape fern
grape fruit
grape hyacinth
grape jelly
grape juice
grape louse
grape mole
grape phylloxera
grape sugar
grape wine
graped
grapefruit
grapefruit juice
grapefruit peel
grapefruitlike
grapefruits (current term)
grapefruity
grapeless
grapelike
graperies
grapery
grapes
grapeseed
grapeseed oil
grapeseeds
grapeshot
grapeshots
grapeskin cyst
grapestone
grapestones

Literary usage of Grapefruits

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1. Hamilton's Arithmetics by Samuel Hamilton (1913)
"6 bu. apples, fancy. 28. 4 grapefruits, fair. 29. 6 grapefruits, fancy. 30. ... 9 grapefruits, good. 51. 8 grapefruits, fair. 52. 9 crates raspberries. 53. ..."

2. Applied Arithmetic: The Three Essentials by Nels Johann Lennes, Frances Jenkins (1920)
"2 grapefruits 1 dozen bananas 1/2" dozen oranges 74^ 1 large basket of grapes 4 ... 1 basket peaches 4 grapefruits ^ dozen oranges 1 dozen oranges $1.15 J^ ..."

3. Applied Arithmetic: The Three Essentials by Nels Johann Lennes, Frances Jenkins (1919)
"... 40)ia basket Bananas, 2£ apiece Grapes, 18^ for a small basket grapefruits, 15¡é apiece 30¡í for a large basket WRITTEN EXERCISES At the above prices, ..."

4. School Arithmetics by George Albert Wentworth, David Eugene Smith (1920)
"Another dealer sells two boxes a day of larger grapefruits, costing $6.50 per box of ... What is the difference in net income on the grapefruits per day ? ..."

5. Hamilton's Standard Arithmetic: Book One-three by Samuel Hamilton (1917)
"6 fancy grapefruits. Let each pupil make out and receipt a bill for goods. ... 4 grapefruits, fair. 39. 29. 6 grapefruits, fancy. 40. 30. ..."

6. Sixty Lessons in Agriculture by Burt C. Buffum, David Clement Deaver (1913)
"Obtain samples of oranges, lemons, limes, grapefruits, and citrons; ... Plant seeds of oranges, lemons, and grapefruits, and study the young plants of each. ..."

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