Definitions

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  • noun Alternative form of thorn apple.

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Examples

  • I plucked from the moonflower a dried thornapple that had split into four neat sections, and shook nine dark seeds into my palm.

    Wildfire

  • I split open the dried thornapple and offered the brown seeds to a breeze that whistled down the gorge, so Moonflower might take root where it suited her, in the muck by the river or the cracks between boulders.

    Wildfire

  • I split open the dried thornapple and offered the brown seeds to a breeze that whistled down the gorge, so Moonflower might take root where it suited her, in the muck by the river or the cracks between boulders.

    Wildfire

  • I split open the dried thornapple and offered the brown seeds to a breeze that whistled down the gorge, so Moonflower might take root where it suited her, in the muck by the river or the cracks between boulders.

    Wildfire

  • I plucked from the moonflower a dried thornapple that had split into four neat sections, and shook nine dark seeds into my palm.

    Wildfire

  • I sat on the stairs outside the shrine and pressed the brittle spikes of a thornapple into my palm.

    Wildfire

  • I sat on the stairs outside the shrine and pressed the brittle spikes of a thornapple into my palm.

    Wildfire

  • I plucked from the moonflower a dried thornapple that had split into four neat sections, and shook nine dark seeds into my palm.

    Wildfire

  • I sat on the stairs outside the shrine and pressed the brittle spikes of a thornapple into my palm.

    Wildfire

  • Otherwise it was mostly young second-growth forest, meadows, stone walls, and recently abandoned farmland pastures, orchards, and woodlots growing thick with blackberry and thornapple, alder and poplar, pine and hemlock, and oak and beech.

    Five Aces

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