Peppercorn

Pep'per·corn` noun 1. A dried berry of the black pepper ( Piper nigrum ). 2. Anything insignificant; a particle.
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peppercorn

noun pungent seasoning from the berry of the common pepper plant of East India; use whole or ground
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Peppercorn

• (n.) Anything insignificant; a particle. • (n.) A dried berry of the black pepper (Piper nigrum).
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Peppercorn

[legal] A peppercorn in legal parlance is a metaphor for a very small payment, a nominal consideration, used to satisfy the requirements for the creation of a legal contract. `A peppercorn does not cease to be good consideration if it is established that the promisee does not like pepper and will throw away the corn`, says Chappell v NestlĂ
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Peppercorn

[disambiguation] Peppercorn is the fruit of black pepper. Peppercorn may also refer to: ==Plants== ==Legal== ==People== ...
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