- n. alternative spelling of star fruit.
“In the mouth a "pulse" of creamy mildly bittersweet slightly underripe fruit (citrus and juicy starfruit aka carambola) and some foilage.”
“For something a little lighter, make a fruit skewer with melons, berries, and even starfruit or papaya.”
“Skip dessert and stroll along to the nearby roadside stalls on Sims Avenue selling a wide array of tropical fruits — dragonfruit, mangosteen, starfruit and the king of fruits, durian”
“What I do know is that my uncle used to slice my taint open with a knife so he could have another spot to stick his dick besides my pink starfruit.”
“Or wander through a well-stocked grocery store, and fill up a gift basket with an assortment of exotic fruits—blood oranges, dates, guavas, lychees, mangosteens, papayas, rambutans, starfruit, or whatever catches your eye.”
“Or wander through a well-stocked grocery store, and fill up a gift basket with an assortment of exotic fruits — blood oranges, dates, guavas, lychees, mangosteens, papayas, rambutans, starfruit, or whatever catches your eye.”
“This zesty, tropical fruit inflected wine had aromas of lemongrass, starfruit, pink grapefruit, and lime.”
“He carefully drank a glass of starfruit juice, his hand lazing for a moment in a puddle of light landing on the table-island in the middle of the kitchen's vast and practically self-polishing hardwood floor.”
“When you sipped the wine, you were bowled over by tropical fruit flavors that had a lot of acidity so think starfruit, pineapple, and slightly under-ripe papaya.”
“He shows me green thumb-shaped bilimbis, starfruit relatives that his wife, Maggie, uses to make chutneys.”
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