Associations to the word «Pineapple»
PINEAPPLE, noun. A tropical plant, Ananas comosus, native to South America, having thirty or more long, spined and pointed leaves surrounding a thick stem.
PINEAPPLE, noun. The ovoid fruit of the pineapple plant, which has very sweet white or yellow flesh, a tough, spiky shell and a tough, fibrous core.
PINEAPPLE, noun. (slang) A hand grenade.
PINEAPPLE, noun. (slang) An Australian fifty dollar note.
PINEAPPLE, noun. A hairstyle consisting of a ponytail worn on top of the head, imitating the leaves of a pineapple.
PINEAPPLE BUN, noun. A sweet bun, mainly popular in Hong Kong and Macau, with a crunchy sugary topping that has a checkered pattern resembling the epicarp of a pineapple.
PINEAPPLE BUNS, noun. Plural of pineapple bun
PINEAPPLE EXPRESS, proper noun. (informal) (meteorology) The jetstream and accompanying strong, moist airflow from the vicinity of the Hawaiian Islands to the west coast of North America.
PINEAPPLE FLOWER, noun. Any of various flowering plants in the genus Eucomis.
PINEAPPLE GUAVA, noun. Feijoa
PINEAPPLE GUAVAS, noun. Plural of pineapple guava
PINEAPPLE LILY, noun. Any of various flowering plants in the genus Eucomis.
PINEAPPLE MINT, noun. A variegated cultivar of apple mint, Mentha suaveolens.
PINEAPPLE MINTS, noun. Plural of pineapple mint
PINEAPPLE WEED, noun. Matricaria discoidea, wild chamomile.
PINEAPPLE, noun. A tropical American plant bearing a large fleshy edible fruit with a terminal tuft of stiff leaves; widely cultivated in the tropics.
PINEAPPLE, noun. Large sweet fleshy tropical fruit with a terminal tuft of stiff leaves; widely cultivated.
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