Recent Examples of clementine from the Web
About a week later, Juli walked into the kitchen and saw a rat sitting proudly on a wooden crate of clementines.
In the winter, this means handy, easy-to-peel clementines.
The fragrance features notes of clementine, linden blossom, bergamot, violet leaf, cyclamen, jasmine sambac, vetiver and more.
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From gourmet Meyer lemons to clementines, class attendees will learn how to get bountiful crops of juicy citrus fruit from Armstrong’s experts.
The Clinton people thought this clementine bowling was off the record.
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Origin and Etymology of clementine
First Known Use: 1943See Words from the same year
CLEMENTINE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of clementine for English Language Learners
: a kind of orange that is small and sweet
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