Associations to the word «Pulp»
PULP, adjective. (fiction) Of or pertaining to pulp magazines; in the style of a pulp magazine or the material printed within such a publication.
PULP, noun. A soft, moist, shapeless mass or matter.
PULP, noun. A magazine or book containing lurid subject matter and being characteristically printed on rough, unfinished paper.
PULP, noun. The soft center of a fruit
PULP, noun. The soft center of a tooth
PULP, noun. A mixture of wood, cellulose and/or rags and water ground up to make paper.
PULP, noun. Mass of chemically processed wood fibres (cellulose).
PULP, verb. To make, or be made into pulp
PULP, verb. To beat to a pulp.
PULP FICTION, noun. Fiction originally found in a pulp magazine.
PULP MAGAZINE, noun. A magazine made with inexpensive paper and printing, containing shocking or sensationalist text fiction by low-paid writers.
PULP MAGAZINES, noun. Plural of pulp magazine
PULP MILL, noun. A factory for making paper pulp from (usually) wood.
PULP MILLS, noun. Plural of pulp mill
PULP, noun. Any soft or soggy mass; "he pounded it to a pulp".
PULP, noun. A soft moist part of a fruit.
PULP, noun. A mixture of cellulose fibers.
PULP, noun. An inexpensive magazine printed on poor quality paper.
PULP, noun. The soft inner part of a tooth.
PULP, verb. Remove the pulp from, as from a fruit.
PULP, verb. Reduce to pulp; "pulp fruit"; "pulp wood".
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