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.
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Just apply a wash of the gold shade all over the lid and blend the plum into your outer corner.
Medium- to full-bodied, with relatively low acidity and medium tannins, carmenere often has a silky and rich mouthfeel, sometimes offering notes of plum, blackberry, dark cherry and cocoa, among others.
Scatter half of the cooked sausage, then half of dried plums over bread.
On release in 2008, the movie was pushed from a plum May 16 release date to an August 1 release date, and inexplicably dumped into 102 second-run and dollar theaters, resulting in a pitiful U.S. gross of $83,361.
For Beyoncé, high-shine is a way of life, her blonde curls hemming a glistening plum pout and a tangle of gilded necklaces brandished by aquamarine nails.
Plant hardy trees now: December and January are ideal months for planting hardy fruit trees, bushes and vines, such as apples, pears, plums, peaches, grapes, blueberries, persimmons and others.
Those with a high amount include fresh plums, peaches, strawberries, spinach and peppers.
It is made with 100 pounds of fresh plums and aged in French Oak Pinot Noir barrels.
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First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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