apple

[ ap-uh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF apple

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR APPLE

Viviette shredded an apple blossom that had fallen into her lap.

Viviette seated herself on a bench beneath the apple blossoms.

"I give not the pip of an apple for king or for noble," cried the serf passionately.

It is in the brain that the poppy is red, that the apple is odorous, that the skylark sings.

Apple sauce is eaten with roast pork, roast goose and roast ducks.

Heap the froth over every apple so as to conceal them entirely.

Pare them, and extract the cores without dividing the apple.

Cover every apple all over with a thick coating of the boiled rice.

The little tastes of apple that he got only whetted his appetite.

The rooms were full of the delicate fragrance of apple blossoms.

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