See under almond (def 1).
the nutlike kernel of the fruit of either of two trees, Prunus dulcis (sweet almond) or P. dulcis amara (bitter almond) which grow in warm temperate regions.
the tree itself.
a delicate, pale tan.
anything shaped like an almond, especially an ornament.
of the color, taste, or shape of an almond.
made or flavored with almonds:
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a small widely cultivated rosaceous tree, Prunus amygdalus, that is native to W Asia and has pink flowers and a green fruit containing an edible nutlike seed
the oval-shaped nutlike edible seed of this plant, which has a yellowish-brown shell
(modifier) made of or containing almonds: almond cake, related adjectives amygdaline amygdaloid
a pale yellowish-brown colour
(as adjective): almond wallpaper
Also called almond green
(as adjective): an almond skirt
anything shaped like an almond nut
almond oil (def 2). Historical Examples Poisons: Their Effects and Detection Alexander Wynter Blyth
colocynth (defs 1, 2). noun another name for colocynth
an evergreen shrub, Purshia tridentata, of western North America, having bitter three-toothed leaves and yellow flowers, valuable for forage. Historical Examples The Thirst Quenchers Rick Raphael Comparative Ecology of Pinyon Mice and Deer Mice in Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado Charles L. Douglas
See under cassava (def 1). any of several tropical American plants belonging to the genus Manihot, of the spurge family, as M. esculenta (bitter cassava) and M. dulcis (sweet cassava) cultivated for their tuberous roots, which yield important food products. a nutritious starch from the roots, the source of tapioca. noun Also called manioc. any […]