Definitions

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  • n. Alternative form of lychee.

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  • n. Chinese fruit having a thin brittle shell enclosing a sweet jellylike pulp and a single seed; often dried

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Examples

  • Here I have a litchee tree, I have tons of lemon grass (te de lemon) which is very comon here but used differently.

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  • If the red paper lampshade above the blackboard were to throw light, eternally, on the specials of the day: guava juice, litchee juice, mango lassi, pakori jaljeera, kala khatta ...

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  • I did include Twizzlers, gum, oatmeal, and litchee jellies.

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  • (Confusingly, reishi is also an alternative name for litchi or litchee fruit in Japan, especially in Okinawa.)

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  • For 2008, the wine bursts with notes of honeydew melon, mango and litchee, with more subtle hints of straw, dried thyme, peach and tangerine; a few minutes in the glass bring up a hint of jasmine.

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  • Laxly e mail lists at nosohusial sphaerocarpos to relishing no striver in advancing intervention, a unmitigable litchee, they are so susceptible adverbially heterospory christless the old pyrogallic way.

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