Definition Of almond
the oval nutlike seed (kernel) of the almond tree, growing in a woody shell, widely used as food.
the tree that produces almonds, belonging to the rose family and related to the peach and plum. Native to western Asia, it is widely cultivated in warm climates.
The nut borne by the beautiful almond tree , Prunus amygdalus, is delicately flavoured and highly versatile, has been cultivated since prehistoric times, and is the most important nut in commerce.
Example Of almond
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