coconut

Part of speech: noun

The large, white - meated fruit of a tree called the cocopalm.

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Usage examples "coconut":

  1. He declares tonight that his anger is fierce, like the burning sun that sucks dry the milk of the coconut, and he will stand with us in the name of vengeance. - "Caribbee", Thomas Hoover.
  2. I'm going to develop some coconut- groves and I'm thinking of putting up an oil- mill. - "The Social Cancer A Complete English Version of Noli Me Tangere", José Rizal.
  3. An entertainment of boxing, wrestling, and combats with clubs made from green coconut boughs was held in their honour; and Cook says that they were carried on with the greatest good- humour in the presence of some three thousand spectators, " though some, women as well as men, have received blows they must feel some time after." - "The Life of Captain James Cook", Arthur Kitson.