Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of granadilla.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • June 5, 2008 at 8:59 am he must be eating one ob dose granadillas frum Pru.

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  • I hope you have to chance to give granadillas another try, hopefully with one as fresh as possible.

    Me and my granadilla..

  • I fell in love with granadillas in Peru last year and haven't been able to find them since I came home.

    Me and my granadilla..

  • Of citrus, mangoes, granadillas, and mulberry trees black with fruit.

    Rainbow’s End

  • I found this post in my search for granadillas for sale in Canada, and I feel compelled to defend this fruit.

    Me and my granadilla..

  • Of citrus, mangoes, granadillas, and mulberry trees black with fruit.

    Rainbow’s End

  • Ole Fred and the Chinese greengrocer from whom she bought granadillas every day, were the objects of her transferred affections.

    Captivity

  • After awhile she went down the ladder and brought up grapes and granadillas, and four candles.

    Captivity

  • A little further on they found some magnificent pine-apples, then some granadillas, and shortly afterwards several other fruits were met with,

    The Missing Merchantman

  • In the middle of the dinner table there is a reflecting lake for "hothouse flowers;" and exquisite crystal, menu cards with holders of Dresden china, four classical statuettes in Parian, with pine-apples, granadillas, bananas, pomegranates, and a durion blanda, are the "table decorations."

    The Golden Chersonese and the Way Thither

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