A West Indian tree (Mammea americana) having glossy leaves, white fragrant flowers, and large edible drupes.(noun)
The fruit of this tree, having firm juicy flesh and toxic seeds. Also called mammee apple.(noun)
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Use "mamey" in a sentence
"Pork and fruit go well together, and mamey is no exception."
"The recalled mamey pulp was sold in 14-ounce plastic packages in Alaska, Arizona, California,"
"The recalled mamey pulp was available at stores in Alaska, Arizona,"