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Definition of "bramley" []

  • A variety of cooking apple having juicy firm flesh (noun)

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Use "bramley" in a sentence
  • "Mr Lepard's festively titled bramley and mincemeat pasties made with a brown-sugar version of rough puff pastry are among the most heavenly things I have eaten this year."
  • "All the desserts are worth trying but don't miss the berries and the bramley apple pie."
  • "I also used nearly double the amount of rhubarb recommended half a kilo instead of half a pound and would happily make this using a mix of rhubarb and sour bramley apples, or even just using sour apples if rhubarb is out of season."
  • "I bought two big boxes of Victoria plums absolutely my favourite fruit in the whole world - when I was a child I would sit in the plum tree eating them until I gave myself stomach ache, two boxes of strawberries and some giant bramley apples."