Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of litchi.

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Examples

  • When I got into wine, I had to start tasting advanced fruit--star fruit, litchis, gooseberries, currants, plums.

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  • But here, you were never more than an hour's bicycle ride from a stand selling fresh fruit that might include any combination of mangoes, papayas, tangerines, pineapples, bananas, litchis, dragon fruit and guavas.

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  • Green Apples are almost as bad as litchis, for me :

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  • Think pan-fried foie gras drizzled with violet preserves (from Florian) and fresh violet petals, wrapped in a crunchy filo dough; a coquilles Saint-Jacques carpaccio garnished with borage (known as the "oyster-flower" because of its sea-salty taste), and a hot chocolate soup with fresh litchis and roses.

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  • This part was overwhelming – first I had to arrange raspberries on the rose-flavoured buttercream, fill with chopped and fragrant litchis, and then decorate the top macaron by piping a drop of glucose on rose petals and then sticking them, along with some raspberries, on the macaron.

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  • Than my eye catches the colourfully irresistible fruit stands – with white peaches, nectarines and mangos, durian and and litchis.

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  • According to its annual report for the 2004/05 financial year, tabled at Parliament on Friday, the ARC has also developed technology to markedly improve the storage life of fruit such as avocados, litchis, bananas and mangoes.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The couple sold the hotel two years ago and Patrick was farming litchis "down the road" from Zimbali when the call came from Sun

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Of Borba's Replenishing water with litchi she wrote in an e-mail, "If you need to replenish, drink plain water or enjoy it with slices of lemon," describing litchis as "delicious but not magical."

    NYT > Home Page

  • Of Borba's Replenishing water with litchi she wrote in an email, "If you need to replenish, drink plain water or enjoy it with slices of lemon," describing litchis as "delicious but not magical."

    The Seattle Times

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