from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The edible fruit of some species of passion-flower.


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  • Perfect croissants, brownies, meringues, passion-fruit tartlets and fresh breads are on offer, too.

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  • For traditionalists, there are blueberry pancakes; for the adventurous, coconut pancakes with passion-fruit syrup.

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  • Top that off with dessert choices such as brioche pudding and passion-fruit tart.

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  • “Definitely,” Zora said, imagining the cooling effect a scoop of passion-fruit sorbet would have on her burning tongue.

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  • Rice-crusted halibut with long beans, shitake mushrooms, coconut sticky rice and ginger passion-fruit sauce appeared.

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  • In sports, Amelia Haas was a university swimming champion; she subsequently became a successful passion-fruit farmer until her death in 2001.

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