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> drupe drup. Bot. ad. mod. Bot. L. drupa, a stone-fruit, L. drupa,
> druppa (sc. oliva) over-ripe, wrinkled olive = Gr. druppa in same
> sense; cf. Fr. drupe (1798 in Hatz.-Darm.). A stone-fruit; a fleshy
> or pulpy fruit enclosing a stone or nut having a kernel, as the
> olive, plum, and cherry.
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>    * 1753 Chambers Cycl. Supp., Drupe, among botanists, a species of
>      pericarpium, consisting of a soft, fleshy, and succulent pulp,
>      in the center of which there is a nucleus.
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>    * 1791 W. Bartram Carolina 41 From the bosom of each leaf is
>      produced a single oval drupe.
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>    * 1828 Stark Elem. Nat. Hist. II. 469 JasmineŠ..Their fruit is a
>      capsule, a drupe or a berry;
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>    * C. 1854 Whittier Lay Old Time 2 Sighing o'er his bitter fruit
>      For Eden's drupes of gold.
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>    * 1870 Bentley Bot. 305 The Drupe is a superior, one-celled, one
>      or 2 seeded, indehiscent fruit, having a fleshy or pulpy
>      sarcocarp.