Recent Examples of cherimoya from the Web
There is a fruit called a Bays cherimoya, pioneered by Gene's grandpa; only collectors eat or grow them anymore.
Vinny Dotolo bursts through the backdoor and stops to chat about his latest idea for a cherimoya dessert at Animal (simply sliced with a squeeze of lime).
And what about kohlrabi, cardoon, pomelos, rambutan or cherimoya?
Dragon fruit trees and finger lime bushes are interspersed among cherimoya and avocado trees, and each fruit crop is enlisted to help others grow.
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Origin and Etymology of cherimoya
First Known Use: 1736See Words from the same year
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