cohune


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Related to cohune: cohune palm
  • noun

Synonyms for cohune

tropical American feather palm whose large nuts yield valuable oil and a kind of vegetable ivory

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In the shadows of the cohune palms and the guanacaste trees, they dig up 40 to 50 pounds of cassava roots and pile them in baskets, which theyc arry on their heads back to the village, arriving just in time to avoid the sizzling heat of the mid-day tropics.
As the title of Breaking Up Britain suggests, Perryman and his contributors have the requisite cohunes.