- n. Plural form of pomegranate.
“It took us two days of hard labor to persuade the machine to squeeze oil from the tiny wheat-shaped stones that are pomegranate seeds, but once we did, we could stun farmers, whose bloodlines had run in pomegranates for centuries, with the sight of it.”
“By the straight and tender sapling of his shape, which for its fruit Doth the twin pomegranates, shining in his snowy bosom, wear,”
“A pound of pomegranates is worth exactly the same price as a pound of parsley at Palacci's.”
“He said: "That man who came in here to buy pomegranates is a thief, and took the money out of my purse.”
“In the United States, California pomegranates are available from September to January.”
“Mother still calls pomegranates “Chinese apples,” much to my embarrassment.”
“The tawurshear when used medicinally is pounded fine, and mixed up with gold and silver leaf, preserved quinces and apples, and the syrup of pomegranates, which is simmered over a slow fire until it becomes of the consistence of jam.”
“Now I could swear on a thousand pomegranates that I had already replied to your comment but obviously my mind or possible the pomegranates were a bit moldy … sorry about leaving you like this.”
“Mosquito: This beverage prepared in Toluca, State of Mexico, uses aguardiente as a base and can be flavored by a variety of fruits such as pomegranates, tejocote.”
“Some dryland perennials such as pomegranates, figs, the stone fruits, and jujubes are deciduous.”
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