Thesaurus / apples
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


Core, pare and cut the apples into quarters (if large into eighths).

The next time I went out with apples, two sheep came to my call.

There is a great profusion of fruit, the apples yielding a kind of cider which, however, does not keep longer than a month.

It is important that the apples be very dry, as otherwise the cream will not be light.

The AppleVarious

Quarter the apples, or take out the core and leave them whole, as you prefer.

The Young Housekeeper's FriendMrs. (Mary Hooker) Cornelius

By the 17th of August, the rations were reduced to musty flour enough for ten days, a few dried apples, and plenty of coffee.

The Romance of the Colorado RiverFrederick S. Dellenbaugh

The crust may be lifted to a plate for a moment, the apples turned into a pudding dish, then placing the crust over the top.

With all fruits the drying process is much the same, though peaches, apples, and pears are first peeled.

History of CaliforniaHelen Elliott Bandini

The man, on being interrogated, informed the Prince that he was going to sell the apples to the soldiers of the Parliament.

She insults the apples, is lazy at Mother Holle's, and is sent home covered with pitch.

Popular TalesCharles Perrault