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  • pineapple


    collective fruit - That which is formed from a mass of flowers, as the mulberry, pineapple, etc. More...

    Hawaiian pizza - A pizza topped with pineapple and ham or prosciutto. More...

    pineapple - Originally, pineapple was the word for pinecone, since the cone is the fruit of the pine and apple had the former general meaning "fruit"; pineapple is neither "pine" nor "apple," but is a very big berry and is also called "king pine" or "excellent fruit." More...

    multiple fruit, fruitlet - The pineapple is termed a multiple fruit because it forms from the individual ovaries of several flowers; each raised button on its surface is called a fruitlet. More...

  • recent


    Amazonian epoch - The Amazonian epoch is the most recent of the Martian geologic epochs, from 1,800 years ago to the present. More...

    grey, gray - The distinction in spelling between British grey and American gray is recent, popping up in the 20th century. More...

    Pleistocene, Pliocene, Miocene, Oligocene - Epochs indicating periods in the Earth's geology; Pleistocene means "most recent," Pliocene means "more recent," Miocene means "moderately recent," and Oligocence means "but a little recent." More...

    neoteric - Used to describe a person, especially an author, it means one belongs to modern/recent times—but it might also refer to a person having a modern outlook or new ideas; when used of things, it indicates that they are modern, new, or recent. More...

  • wandering


    evagation - Means mental wandering or digression, also a digression in speech or writing. More...

    mundivagant - Means "wandering around the world." More...

    vagation - The action of wandering, straying, or departing from the proper or regular course. More...

    wanderjahr - Literally German for "wander year," it refers to a year of wandering or travel. More...