a yellow to greenish oil expressed or extracted from peanuts, used in cookery, as a vehicle for medicines, and in the manufacture of margarine and soap.
oil that is made from peanut seeds and used for cooking, in soaps, and in pharmaceutical products
[pee-nuht, -nuh t] /ˈpiˌnʌt, -nət/ noun 1. the pod or the enclosed edible seed of the plant, Arachis hypogaea, of the legume family: the pod is forced underground in growing, where it ripens. 2. the plant itself. 3. any small or insignificant person or thing. 4. peanuts. adjective 5. of or relating to the peanut […]
noun 1. any small, unsegmented, marine worm of the phylum Sipuncula, that when disturbed retracts its anterior portion into the body, giving the appearance of a peanut seed.
[pair] /pɛər/ noun 1. the edible fruit, typically rounded but elongated and growing smaller toward the stem, of a tree, Pyrus communis, of the rose family. 2. the tree itself. /pɛə/ noun 1. a widely cultivated rosaceous tree, Pyrus communis, having white flowers and edible fruits 2. the sweet gritty-textured juicy fruit of this tree, […]
noun 1. a shrub or small tree, Crataegus uniflora, of the eastern and southern coastal areas of the U.S., having pear-shaped, orange-red fruit.