bananas

[ buh-nan-uh z ]SEE DEFINITION OF bananas
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No artillery was captured, but a great quantity of bananas was taken.

The bananas of this region were found to be especially luscious and appetizing.

Olive produced her biscuits and bananas, and they munched together in amity.

At first the greengrocer's baby did not like bananas and its cries were awful.

He is advising all his customers to feed their babies on bananas.

Behind is a tropical Landscape with palm-trees, bananas, etc. 60 in.

Where could we stop to get some coffee, rubber and bananas to bring back?

Every day his corn and bananas became more distasteful to him.

The bananas, for that is what the fruit proved to be, were sweet and refreshing.

On some islands, bread-fruit trees, pineapples, and bananas are grown.

WORD ORIGIN

"crazy," 1968; earlier (1935) it was noted as an underworld slang term for "sexually perverted."

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