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  • n. Alternative spelling of star fruit.

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Examples

  • In the mouth a "pulse" of creamy mildly bittersweet slightly underripe fruit (citrus and juicy starfruit aka carambola) and some foilage.

    CellarTracker Tasting Notes (all notes)

  • For something a little lighter, make a fruit skewer with melons, berries, and even starfruit or papaya.

    The Stir: Super Bowl Recipes: 5 Finger Foods That Score!

  • 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

    After Hours: Singapore

  • 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.

    JOHNNY KNOXVILLE TORE HIS URETHRA

  • 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.

    Dr. Santa’s 12 tips for a healthy holiday

  • 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.

    Dr. Santa’s 12 tips for a healthy holiday

  • This zesty, tropical fruit inflected wine had aromas of lemongrass, starfruit, pink grapefruit, and lime.

    Tropical Fruit from California's Central Coast: Firestone Sauvignon Blanc

  • 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.

    Free Time

  • 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.

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  • He shows me green thumb-shaped bilimbis, starfruit relatives that his wife, Maggie, uses to make chutneys.

    The Fruit Hunters

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