- n. Plural form of jujube.
“They are called jujubes, which always make me wonder if the inventor of the jujubees, the movie candy, was Korean – LOL!”
“Ronald Reagan famously scoffed jelly beans, not "jujubes".”
“fruitoholic," Hamilton grows a whole range of unusual fruits such as jujubes, loquats and filberts.”
“The jujubes were jujubey and the candy canes were pepperminty.”
“I was never big on jellies, jujubes or gumdrops but there were these orange and lemon slices, gumdroppy, sugared and with a rind like the real fruit but just harder sugar.”
“Sherpa: “You should have enough jujubes to last through the Don Giovanni pas de deux.””
“ If you don't like the meal plan you are currently on, talk to the bursar's office, or there are vending machines with Cracker Jack and jujubes in the basement of your dormitory.”
“Hacked all the personality out of the bushes and clipped them into neat, rounded shapes—a row of giant jujubes.”
“Light, fluffy, as much substance as a cloud, carefully avoiding making anyone put any more brain-power into it than it takes to shove another handful of jujubes into their mouth.”
“Sounds like he's trying to talk with jujubes stuck in his mouth.”
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... as in "by James Joyce"
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