the berrylike fruit of either of two African shrubs, Synsepalum dulcificum or Thaumatococcus daniellii, that, when chewed, causes sour substances to taste sweet.
Also called serendipity berry. the similar fruit of an African shrub, Dioscoreophyllum cumminsii.
(informal) the small, red, edible berry of the plant Synsepalum dulcificum, which contains a protein that makes bitter things taste sweet
noun 1. a person who performs or appears to perform miracles. 2. a person who performs or is capable of performing exceptional deeds, as from skill or talent: He’s a miracle man when it comes to repairing engines.
noun 1. an extended area of fashionable or expensive shops, restaurants, etc., usually along an urban or suburban thoroughfare.
noun 1. a medieval dramatic form dealing with religious subjects such as Biblical stories or saints’ lives, usually presented in a series or cycle by the craft guilds. noun 1. a medieval play based on a biblical story or the life of a saint Compare mystery play
An implementation of a subset of Miranda by Stefan Kahrs firstname.lastname@example.org, LFCS, no modules or files. Can be interactively switched between eager and lazy evaluation. Portable source in C from the author.