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


Pisocarpium is from two Greek words meaning pea and fruited.

What different men we should be if our resolutions had fruited in conduct!

With polished blades of ivory they clip off the clinging, fruited cones.

Raised from seed by Leroy at Angers, Fr., and fruited first in 1863.

It was propagated by M. Flon, a nurseryman of Angers and fruited first in 1839.

It first fruited in 1822 being then reported in this country by C. M. Hovey.

A product of the Van Mons nursery at Louvain where it first fruited in 1847.

This pear, first fruited in 1863, is of the same origin as Huyshe Victoria.

Grown on the seed beds of M. Leroy, Antwerp, Bel., and fruited in 1863.

It fruited first in 1853 and was placed in commerce in 1858.