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Another word for fruit

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Noun
  1. The produce harvested from the land

      1. To give forth by a natural process, especially by cultivation:
      2. To furnish as return for effort or investment; be productive of:
      3. To give over possession of, as in deference or defeat; surrender:
      1. The act or process of gathering a crop.
      2. The crop that ripens or is gathered in a season.
      3. The amount or measure of the crop gathered in a season.
      1. The process, time, or condition of bearing fruit.
      2. A yield of fruit.
      3. A result or an effect.
      1. Cultivated plants or agricultural produce, such as grain, vegetables, or fruit, considered as a group:
      2. The total yield of such produce in a particular season or place:
      3. A group, quantity, or supply appearing at one time:
  2. Something brought about by a cause

Another word for fruit

Noun
  1. The edible growth of a plant

      1. A fleshy fruit, such as an apple, pear, or quince, having several seed chambers and an outer fleshy part largely derived from the hypanthium.
      1. A swollen, fleshy, usually underground outgrowth of the stem or rhizome of a plant, such as the potato, bearing buds from which new plant shoots arise.
      2. A similar outgrowth of a plant root.
      3. A rounded projection or swelling; a tubercle.
      1. The usually underground portion of a plant that lacks buds, leaves, or nodes and serves as support, draws minerals and water from the surrounding soil, and sometimes stores food.
      2. Any of various other underground plant parts, especially an underground stem such as a rhizome, corm, or tuber.
      3. The embedded part of an organ or structure such as a hair, tooth, or nerve, that serves as a base or support.
      1. An indehiscent fruit having a single seed enclosed in a hard shell, such as an acorn or hazelnut.
      2. The usually edible seed of such a fruit.
      3. Any of various other usually edible seeds enclosed in a hard covering such as a seed coat or the stone of a drupe, as in a pine nut, peanut, almond, or walnut.
      1. A small, dry, one-seeded fruit of a cereal grass, having the fruit and the seed walls united:
      2. The fruits of cereal grasses especially after having been harvested, considered as a group:
      3. A cereal grass:
      1. A fleshy fruit, such as a peach, plum, or cherry, usually having a single hard stone that encloses a seed.
      1. An indehiscent fruit derived from a single ovary and having the whole wall fleshy, such as a grape or tomato.
      2. A small, juicy, fleshy fruit, such as a blackberry or raspberry, regardless of its botanical structure.
      3. Any of various seeds or dried kernels, as of wheat.
      1. The process, time, or condition of bearing fruit.
      2. A yield of fruit.
      3. A result or an effect.
  2. The ripened ovary of a seed plant

      1. A dehiscent elongated fruit, characteristic of the mustard family, having two valves that fall away leaving a central partition as the fruit dries.
      1. A plant of the pea family.
      2. A pod of such a plant, which splits into two valves with the seeds attached to one edge of the valves.
      3. Such a pod or seed used as food. Peas, beans, and lentils are legumes.
      1. A dry fruit that splits at maturity into two or more closed, one-seeded parts, as in a carrot.
      1. An indehiscent fruit having a single seed enclosed in a hard shell, such as an acorn or hazelnut.
      2. The usually edible seed of such a fruit.
      3. Any of various other usually edible seeds enclosed in a hard covering such as a seed coat or the stone of a drupe, as in a pine nut, peanut, almond, or walnut.
      1. A small, dry, one-seeded fruit of a cereal grass, having the fruit and the seed walls united:
      2. The fruits of cereal grasses especially after having been harvested, considered as a group:
      3. A cereal grass:
      1. A small bodily cavity or sac.
      2. A crypt or minute cul-de-sac or lacuna, such as the depression in the skin from which the hair emerges.
      3. An ovarian follicle.
      1. A small soluble container, usually made of gelatin, that encloses a dose of an oral medicine or a vitamin.
      2. A fibrous, membranous, or fatty sheath that encloses an organ or part, such as the sac surrounding the kidney or the fibrous tissues that surround a joint.
      3. A polysaccharide outer shell enveloping certain bacteria.
      1. A flat paper container, especially for a letter, usually having a gummed flap.
      2. Something that envelops; a wrapping.
      3. An enclosing structure or cover, such as a membrane or the outer coat of a virus.
  3. The reward of labor; often plural