Definition of Sweet calabash

1. Noun. West Indian passionflower with edible apple-sized fruit.

Exact synonyms: Passiflora Maliformis
Generic synonyms: Passionflower, Passionflower Vine



2. Noun. Apple-sized passion fruit of the West Indies.
Generic synonyms: Passion Fruit
Group relationships: Passiflora Maliformis

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sweet Calabash

sweet acacia
sweet action
sweet alison
sweet almond
sweet almond oil
sweet alyssum
sweet as a nut
sweet as pie
sweet balm
sweet basil
sweet bay
sweet bells
sweet birch
sweet bread
sweet buckeye
sweet calabash (current term)
sweet calamus
sweet cheeks
sweet cherry
sweet chestnut
sweet cicely
sweet cider
sweet ciders
sweet clover
sweet coltsfoot
sweet corn
sweet corn plant
sweet corns
sweet cream

Literary usage of Sweet calabash

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The American Cyclopaedia: A Popular Dictionary of General Knowledge edited by George Ripley, Charles Anderson Dana (1884)
"SWEET BRIER : see EGLANTINE, VI. 452, 1 bo ; ROSE, XIV. 434, 1 a (ill.). sweet calabash, VIII. 149, 1 o. ..."

2. The New American Orchardist, Or an Account of the Most Valuable Varieties of by William Kenrick (1844)
"APPLE-FRUITED, or sweet calabash. (P. mali- for mis.) Fruit round, smooth, two inches in diameter, of a dingy yellow color; the skin is thick; the pulp pale ..."

3. The New American Orchardist, Or an Account of the Most Valuable Varieties of by William Kenrick (1844)
"APPLE-FRUITED, or sweet calabash. (P. mali- formis.) Fruit round, smooth, two inches in diameter, of a dingy yellow color; the skin is thick ; the pulp pale ..."

4. The New American Orchardist, Or an Account of the Most Valuable Varieties of by William Kenrick (1848)
"APPLE-FRUITED, or sweet calabash. (P. mali- for mis.) Fruit round", smooth, two inches in diameter, of a dingy yellow color; the skin is thick; ..."

5. The American Cyclopaedia: A Popular Dictionary of General Knowledge edited by George Ripley, Charles Anderson Dana (1884)
"SWEET BRIER : see EGLANTINE, VI. 452, 1 bo ; ROSE, XIV. 434, 1 a (ill.). sweet calabash, VIII. 149, 1 o. ..."

6. The New American Orchardist, Or an Account of the Most Valuable Varieties of by William Kenrick (1844)
"APPLE-FRUITED, or sweet calabash. (P. mali- for mis.) Fruit round, smooth, two inches in diameter, of a dingy yellow color; the skin is thick; the pulp pale ..."

7. The New American Orchardist, Or an Account of the Most Valuable Varieties of by William Kenrick (1844)
"APPLE-FRUITED, or sweet calabash. (P. mali- formis.) Fruit round, smooth, two inches in diameter, of a dingy yellow color; the skin is thick ; the pulp pale ..."

8. The New American Orchardist, Or an Account of the Most Valuable Varieties of by William Kenrick (1848)
"APPLE-FRUITED, or sweet calabash. (P. mali- for mis.) Fruit round", smooth, two inches in diameter, of a dingy yellow color; the skin is thick; ..."

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