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noun as in orange

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At first, his father tried to be nice to citrus growers by using less popular fruits like tangerines and grapefruit, but Ken remembers the results of these early trials as “dismal duds.”

On first sip, it seems to be assessing your worthiness to drink it, but with a few hours of air — even the next day — it unfurls flavors of orange and tangerine over blackberries and plums.

Situated along a series of narrow ridgetops within Mark Twain National Forest, the road skirts bright crimson and tangerine-hued leaves before winter arrives.

Pour in Campari to fill the glass and float one more tangerine slice.

Please note: The faux-Tangerine Dream soundtrack was not included with the computer.

A close second: thinking the public has the I.Q. of a tangerine.

The Kandy-Kolored Tangerine-Flake Streamline Babyby Tom Wolfe The ur-text of New Journalism still bears rereading now.

Put the dried apricots into a saucepan with the water, and add the sugar and juices from the lemon and tangerine or orange.

A few mandarini—tangerine oranges—rolled on a plate for dessert.

He waited, palpably waited, but Arlee continued to peel a tangerine with absorption, and the question had to come from him.

Very carefully she tore the tangerine skin into very little bits, her head bent over it.

The ex-Marine was munching on a Lebanese tangerine and watching the Nile boats below.

I respect Billy, the adjutant, for his long service and the Tangerine at the back of his neck.

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On this page you'll find 8 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to tangerine, such as: apricot, peach, titian, coral, red-yellow, and salmon.

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