Prune

A prune is any of various plum cultivars, mostly Prunus domestica or European Plum, sold as fresh or dried fruit. The dried fruit is also referred to as a dried plum. In general, dried prunes are freestone cultivars (the pit is easy to remove), whereas most other plums grown for fresh consumption are clingstone (the pit is more difficult to remove...
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prune

[n] - dried plum
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Prune

• (v. t.) To lop or cut off the superfluous parts, branches, or shoots of; to clear of useless material; to shape or smooth by trimming; to trim: as, to prune trees; to prune an essay. • (v. t.) To preen; to prepare; to dress. • (v. i.) To dress; to prink; -used humorously or in contempt. • (n.) A plum; esp., a dried plum, used ...
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prune

rationalize verb weed out unwanted or unnecessary things; `We had to lose weight, so we cut the sugar from our diet`
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prune

noun dried plum
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Prune

(d’ente) fresh plum; (variety of plum grown in the famed Agen region of the southwest).
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Prune

Prune intransitive verb To dress; to prink; - used humorously or in contempt. Dryden.
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Prune

Prune noun [ French prune , from Latin prunum a plum. See Plum .] A plum; esp., a dried plum, used in cookery; as, French or Turkish prunes ; California prunes . German prune (Botany) , a large dark purple plum, of oval shape, often one-sided. It...
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Prune

Prune transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Pruned ; present participle & verbal noun Pruning .] [ Middle English proine , probably from French provigner to lay down vine stocks for propagation; hence, probably, the ...
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prune

1. To lop or cut off the superfluous parts, branches, or shoots of; to clear of useless material; to shape or smooth by trimming; to trim: as, to prune trees; to prune an essay. 'Taking into consideration how they [laws] are to be pruned and reformed.' (Bacon) 'Our delightful task To prune these growing plants, and tend these flowers.' (Milton) ......
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Prune

A dried plum. Traced back to Roman times, the prune is popular for its ability to store well. Commercial dehydration has replaced sun-drying as the method of producing plums.
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Prune

A dried plum. Traced back to Roman times, the prune is popular for its ability to store well. Commercial dehydration has replaced sun-drying as the method of producing plums.
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Prune

Alter the shape and growth pattern of a plant by cutting stems and shoots. A restaurant in NYC.
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Prune

Alter the shape and growth pattern of a plant by cutting stems and shoots. A restaurant in NYC.
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Prune

Any of more than 126 varieties of fruit, most grown for drying. Four of the most common varieties are French, Imperial, Italian, and also has Green Gage. Prunes are cultivars of plum species (mostly Prunes domestic). In general, prunes are freestone cultivars (the stone is easy to remove), whereas plums that are cling (the stone is more difficult t...
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Prune

Any of more than 126 varieties of fruit, most grown for drying. Four of the most common varieties are French, Imperial, Italian, and also has Green Gage. Prunes are cultivars of plum species (mostly Prunes domestic). In general, prunes are freestone cultivars (the stone is easy to remove), whereas plums that are cling (the stone is more difficult t...
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prune

dried plum silly person 
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prune

dried plum. See plum.[1 related articles]
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prune

fresh plum
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Prune

Plum
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Prune

Plum
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Prune

Plum
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Prune

plum
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Prune

plum.
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Prune

Prune is British slang for a foolish person.
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