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  • noun Plural form of mamey.

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Examples

  • The company, which also grows papayas, guavas, star fruit and mameys, doesn't consider its avocados to be in direct competition with the Hass variety.

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  • They reared cattle and poultry, cultivated corn and yams, plantains and cocoas, guavas and papaws and mameys and avocados and all luxurious West Indian fruits; the very weeds of their orchards had tropical luxuriance in their fragrance and in their names; and from the doors of their little thatched huts they looked across these gardens of delight to the magnificent lowland forests, and over those again to the faint line of far-off beach, the fainter ocean-horizon, and the illimitable sky.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 05, No. 28, February, 1860

  • Then you say, ‘Hi, I’m from America, I’m crazy and I want to look at your mameys.’

    The Fruit Hunters

  • Then you say, ‘Hi, I’m from America, I’m crazy and I want to look at your mameys.’

    The Fruit Hunters

  • Then you say, ‘Hi, I’m from America, I’m crazy and I want to look at your mameys.’

    The Fruit Hunters

  • They reared cattle and poultry, cultivated corn and yams, plantains and cocoas, guavas, and papaws and mameys, and avocados, and all luxurious West-Indian fruits; the very weeds of their orchards had tropical luxuriance in their fragrance and in their names; and from the doors of their little thatched huts they looked across these gardens of delight to the magnificent lowland forests, and over those again to the faint line of far-off beach, the fainter ocean-horizon, and the illimitable sky.

    Black Rebellion Five Slave Revolts

  • If I were a Cuban Military general or some other high echilon Cuban military dude, considering John McCain has stated in no uncertain terms that while he was a POW there were Cuban military personnel involved in his interrogations and captivity, I would be shitting mameys rights now.

    Babalú Blog: an island on the net without a bearded dictator

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