fruiter


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fruit

1. slang Someone who is odd or wacky. What conspiracy theory is that old fruit blathering on about now?
2. slang Someone who can be easily deceived or swindled. That guy's definitely a fruit—you start talking to him, and I'll pick his pocket.
3. offensive slang A derogatory term for a male who is homosexual or otherwise non-heterosexual or considered effeminate.

fruiter

offensive slang A derogatory term for a male who is homosexual or otherwise non-heterosexual or considered effeminate.

fruit

1. n. a strange person. (Now overwhelmed by sense 2) Ted is such a fruit.
2. and fruiter n. a homosexual male. (Usually rude and derogatory.) Bob thinks that you-know-who is a fruit.

fruiter

verb
See fruit
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As per the rate list issued by Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT) Administration, Pomegranate, Guava, Grapes, Turnip, Spinach, Japani fruit and Fruiter were available at Rs 140 per kilogram (kg), Rs 80, Rs 122, , Rs 28, Rs 17 and Rs 75 , Rs 38 per dozen, Respectively.
Furthermore, it might be noted that, although June presented the lowest number of buddings for usage as mini-cuttings, all times of the year allowed to collect material for asexual propagation of this fruiter (Figure 3), revealing, along with the results obtained for rooting and radicle growth, that such technique is promising and might be utilized for the obtainment of clonal seedlings of this fruiter.
fruiter,-our [AF; CF fruitier] 'a fruit seller, a dealer in fruit'; 'a household official in charge of fruit'); woman-chaundeler (chaundeler [OF chandelier (from L candelarium)]) 'one who makes candles or deals in materials for making candles; a chandler' 1425 MED); wax~chaundeler 'one who makes wax candles, a wax chandler; also, a member of the guild of candle makers' (wax [OE weax, wsex, wex; cp.OI vax.] 1363 MED, chaundeler [OF chandelier (from L candelarium)]) 'one who makes candles or deals in materials for making candles; a chandler' 1425 MED).
I was surprised that this whisky, being an 18 year old, had fresher, fruiter flavors than the 15 year old solera reserve.
It refers to the spatial organization of forest, fruiter, and pharmaceutical plant.
The quantities of phenolic acid components among the rest of citrus peel were fruiter (0.14), lemon (0.13) and kinno (0.06).
However, Beaujolais is even softer and fruiter than Gamay-based wines made elsewhere because of a unique winemaking process employed in this region, carbonic maceration.
In one case a fruiter was paid C80 and a brickyard labourer was offered 100[pounds] for supplying incriminating evidence against `troublesome' labourers (Linebaugh 1991: 282).
175, Oranage Mosmi, Orange Shakri, Orange Fruiter Rs 130, Guava Rs.115 and 72, Apple Irani Rs 122 and 100, Apple China Rs.200 and 180, Strawberry Rs.170 and 120,
Recougne today is a far richer, fruiter drink than it was when I first tasted it, although old vintages do have a remarkable cellaring capacity, as is borne witness by the family's wine library.
The two wines tasted slightly different, and Fletcher said the optically sorted wine tasted a bit fruiter. "The lesson for us is, maybe we won't stress about stem-jacks so much," he said.
A 1923 picture of J Turnbull fruiter and grocer shop at 28 Cannon Street
Important fruits are oranges, bananas, apples, sugarcanes, tangerines, fruiter, mangos, guava, and Faalsa.
The "against" votes came from - among others - Dorothy Turner, the Vale Older People's Champion, Anthony Ernest, who just 20 minutes before had repeated his apology for insulting the people of Barry, Maureen Kelly Owen, who has represented Penarth for decades, and Paul Church, who was a well known fruiter in the town.
and the author of The Hospitality Manager's Guide to Wine, Beer and Spirits, notes that restaurants are facing increasing pressures to attract women, and fruiter, lower-calorie drinks are one way to do this.