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Use "drupes" in a sentence
"All fruits of this formation are called drupes, as those of the apple and pear form are called pomes, and those of the bramble, and some other tribes, berries."
"Leaving aside the invidious choices to be made between hesperidia, cucurbitaceae, and drupes — I am a drupe man — and, thence, between apricots, nectarines, mangoes, plums, and peaches, I find there is simply no adequate counter-argument."
"The almond originated in ancient China and is an ancestor of stone fruits, or drupes, such as peaches and plums."