Examples of plum in a Sentence
a bowl of peaches and plums
Dried plums are also called “prunes.”
That deal is a real plum for the contractor.
Recent Examples of plum from the Web
That’s also a great time to plant hardy fruiting trees, shrubs and vines, such blackberries, blueberries, apples, persimmons, figs, peaches pears, grapes and plums.
In fact, Winburn – not one of Cranley's fellow Democrats – received the biggest plum: the chairmanship of council's powerful Budget and Finance Committee.
Kreger described it as a sweet, plum teriyaki sauce and Havell described it as similar to teriyaki jerky.
This pest most commonly attacks liquidambar, walnut and plum trees, but also can be found on a wide range of ornamental and fruit-bearing trees.
For area actors and actresses, getting to participate as some of the on-site zombie or ghoul entertainment was a plum job.
Mangoes, longans, governor’s plum, avocados, sapotes and citrus appeared on the decades-old trees in the gardens, according to Miami Herald reports at the time.
Relics of centuries-old monasteries dot the province’s foothills and spring up from gorges, while mouflon—a type of wild sheep—and bezoar goat roam the cliffsides among wild pear and plum trees.
On the upside, this means today’s savvy shoppers can get some delicious wines at unfairly low prices — like this sustainably grown California merlot brimming with flavors of bing cherries, black plums, and vanilla.
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First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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