a variety of pepper, Capsicum anuum glabriusculum, with small, elongated berries.
Historical Examples

Petals Plucked from Sunny Climes Sylvia Sunshine

a tropical solanaceous plant, Capsicum frutescens, thought to be the ancestor of the sweet pepper and many hot peppers
the narrow podlike hot-tasting fruit of this plant


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