apricot

[ ap-ri-kot, ey-pri- ]SEE DEFINITION OF apricot
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Put the butter about them in little pieces, and spread over the apricot jam.

When it thickens, pour over the apricot and apples, and bake for half an hour.

Raspberry, peach and apricot ice creams are made the same way.

Peach, apricot and blackberry soufles are made the same way.

Why do you suppose we put your apricot suit right in the front?

The apricot grows to a large tree, and lives to a good old age.

General Digby had no appetite for muffins and apricot jam that afternoon.

The apricot trees whispered it to the peach trees, "It is a boy."

Bouvard tried to manage the apricot trees, but they rebelled.

I'd like to get me 'and round the neck of the bloke what gets all the raspberry an' apricot an' marmalade.

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