- n. Plural form of guava.
“First, Cara picks guavas from the tree in her back yard.”
“Just the aroma of fresh guavas is enough to inspire visions of lolling in a hammock in some tropical hideaway.”
“An Egyptian oasis garden produces many popular tree fruits such as guavas, pomegranates, apricots, and oranges which can be sold in local markets or consumed at home as delicious, high-vitamin treats.”
“Perhaps the single commonest indigenous suffix used as a place name element is - tepec [Chapultepec = hill of chapulines (grasshoppers); Jocotepec = hill of guavas].”
“About 30 million pounds of imported produce, mostly fruits such as guavas and mangos, get a low-dose zap, not enough to kill germs but to kill any foreign insects along for the ride.”
“Others were hanged, drawn, quartered, flogged and in one case bombarded with guavas.”
“Banana is a popular version, as is one made with guavas.”
“This Mexican tianguis merchant weighs out ripe guavas, mangos, chayotes, tomatoes and green onions for shoppers.”
“For three days I lived off guavas, OHIA-apples, and bananas, all of which grew wild in the jungle.”
“By her front door is a vegetable patch where she grows enough maize, pumpkins, spinach, bananas, guavas and paw-paw to feed them all.”
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