American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A West Indian tree (Mammea americana) having glossy leaves, white fragrant flowers, and large edible drupes.
- n. The fruit of this tree, having firm juicy flesh and toxic seeds. Also called mammee apple.
- n. The evergreen tree Mammea americana, or its edible fruit
- n. The flowering plant Magnolia guatemalensis
- n. A tree Pouteria sapota, or its fruit.
- n. globular or ovoid tropical fruit with thick russet leathery rind and juicy yellow or reddish flesh
- n. tropical American tree having edible fruit with a leathery rind
- From Spanish mamey, from Taino. (Wiktionary)
- Spanish, from Arawak or Taino. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Pork and fruit go well together, and mamey is no exception.”
“The recalled mamey pulp was sold in 14-ounce plastic packages in Alaska, Arizona, California,”
“The recalled mamey pulp was available at stores in Alaska, Arizona,”
“The recalled mamey pulp was sold in 14-ounce plastic packages in Alaska, Arizona,”
“The spectacle has been put away; the soprano has come to die with the Cuba also known as "mamey '" and made it into the name for a Sony *** The title alone would inspire incredulity.”
“Frozen mamey pulp (whatever that is) gets recalled due to possible salmonella contamination.”
“Like a mamey, but richer," was the laconic phrase she managed to dig up before falling silent.”
“Teo took the first bite and made a rare gesture before confirming, "It's like a mamey.”
“I took a sip of my excellent batido de mamey and waited for her to expand on her argument, but instead she simply said it again.”
“The fuel it craves most often is a medianoche sandwich, usually with a side of fried plátanos and a mamey milk shake.”
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