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Joseph said Irma had felled banana trees, thrown breadfruit and avocados to the ground and swallowed homes along the coast.
Other than the fruit trees dotting the property — supplying all the banana, papaya, breadfruit, and lychee the Evslins could want — little else has taken root.
Before the storm shredded her coconut and breadfruit trees, Marie-Lucienne Duvert eked out a living selling wholesale to street merchants in Port-au-Prince.
Before Hurricane Matthew, Marie-Lucienne Duvert lived off the land, selling coconuts and breadfruit by the dozen to merchants in Port-au-Prince.
The winding trail to the waterfalls brings hikers through an agricultural landscape of clove, avocado, breadfruit and nutmeg trees, and past islanders tending crops and lazy dogs sunning themselves in the dust of the trail.
Their wives and children stay behind on the island, an oval nub of silver sand rising out of the ocean with a clump of coconut and breadfruit trees in the center.
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First Known Use of breadfruit
BREADFRUIT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of breadfruit for English Language Learners
: a round fruit that resembles bread when it is baked
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