Definitions

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  • noun A passion fruit.

Etymologies

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Apparently from Guaraní.

Examples

  • Creme de papaya and mousse de maracuja (passion fruit mousse) desserts

    Espetus Churrascaria

  • I became hooked on freshly-pressed passion-fruit purée and probably drank several glasses a day, and also on the gorgeous pudim de maracuja, something like passion-fruit blancmange only delicious in a way that the term 'blancmange' would seem to render pretty unlikely, which my favourite rather scruffy neighbourhood restaurant, the "Tangerina", served.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • I became hooked on freshly-pressed passion-fruit purée and probably drank several glasses a day, and also on the gorgeous pudim de maracuja, something like passion-fruit blancmange only delicious in a way that the term 'blancmange' would seem to render pretty unlikely, which my favourite rather scruffy neighbourhood restaurant, the "Tangerina", served.

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  • The closest thing to a home remedy for wrinkles that actually works is an all natural product line that contains active ingredients from natural sources such as Phytessence Wakame, active manuka honey, babassu, and maracuja, to name a few.

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  • "The tarte t5 super fruit complex is a proprietary blend of the five most active superfruits: goji, acai, maracuja, acerola and pomegranate.

    Blisstree

  • "The tarte t5 super fruit complex is a proprietary blend of the five most active superfruits: goji, acai, maracuja, acerola and pomegranate.

    Blisstree

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