Recent Examples of pear from the Web
The volcanic land undulates with the largest geothermal fields in the U.S., and fertile valleys yield walnuts, grapes and pears.
Dream job alert for dairy lovers: Noosa, the company that brought the world blackberry-serrano and pear and cardamom yogurt, is looking for a few yogurt superfans to travel the world looking for the next great flavor.
Divide potatoes, salmon, celery, and pear among plates.
The onetime transporter of Bartlett pears and beets as well as passengers now provides an authentic rail experience, courtesy of the California State Railroad Museum.
With all that on hand, will anyone even need the sticky toffee pudding, poached pear, and hot apple crumble from the dessert menu of Mr. White’s English Chophouse?
This tower features premium pears and apples, milk chocolate Moose Munch® Premium Popcorn, raspberry galettes, and other treats.
Glenfiddich 12 is the distillery’s flagship expression, a light and crisp whisky that the folks behind the stills like to describe as having strong notes of pear on the palate.
Stuff with sage, remaining pear and remaining 2 sprigs rosemary.
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Origin and Etymology of pear
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
PEAR Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of pear for English Language Learners
: a sweet fruit that is narrow near the stem and rounded at the other end and that grows on a tree; also : the tree that this fruit grows on
PEAR Defined for Kids
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