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Synonyms for apple

the apple of your eye

Synonyms for apple

fruit with red or yellow or green skin and sweet to tart crisp whitish flesh

native Eurasian tree widely cultivated in many varieties for its firm rounded edible fruits

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There are fifty-seven apple-evaporating furnaces, to say nothing of the apple canneries and cider and vinegar factories.
Have an apple," suggested the shaggy man, handing her one with pretty red cheeks.
But you may be, to-morrow; then you'll be sorry you didn't eat the apple," said he.
If I am, I'll eat the apple then," promised Dorothy.
Perhaps there won't be any apple then," he returned, beginning to eat the red-cheeked one himself.
And they, watching at the house, saw him fall, saw his body bounce when it struck the earth, and saw the burst of red-cheeked apples that rolled about him.
In I got bodily into the apple barrel, and found there was scarce an apple left; but sitting down there in the dark, what with the sound of the waters and the rocking movement of the ship, I had either fallen asleep or was on the point of doing so when a heavy man sat down with rather a clash close by.
Place yourself at the window with your sisters; I will ride by and throw you the silver apple.
Presently her husband rode by and threw the apple up to her.
The Crab then gave his wife the same directions as before, only this time the apple which she received from the black man was of gold.
In the evening, while the Princess, with her mother and sisters, was standing at the window, the Prince suddenly galloped past on his steed and threw her the golden apple.
Anne set the card up against the jugful of apple blossoms she had brought in to decorate the dinnertable--Marilla had eyed that decoration askance, but had said nothing-- propped her chin on her hands, and fell to studying it intently for several silent minutes.
Anne tipped the vase of apple blossoms near enough to bestow a soft kiss on a pink-cupped but, and then studied diligently for some moments longer.
Anne looked at Marilla through the apple blossoms, her eyes aglow with interest.
Aunt Olivia was married at five o'clock in the orchard under the late apple tree.