Definition of Unripe. Meaning of Unripe. Synonyms of Unripe

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Definition of Unripe

Unripe
Unripe Un*ripe", a. 1. Not ripe; as, unripe fruit. 2. Developing too early; premature. --Sir P. Sidney.

Meaning of Unripe from wikipedia

- hundreds to thousands of individual flowers, and the fleshy petals of the unripe fruit are eaten. The ripe fruit is sweet (depending on variety) and is more...
- flowers Pollen grains Papaya flower Leaf Mature tree with unripe fruit in Kinshasa Unripe fruit Ripe fruit Octastichous phyllotaxy of papaya leaves Papaya...
- Unripe Fruit (Italian: Frutto acerbo) is a 1934 Italian comedy film directed by Carlo Ludovico Bragaglia and starring Lotte Menas, Nino Besozzi and Maria...
- sometimes dried. Unripe and sour type carambolas can be mixed with other chopped ****es to make relishes in Australia. In the Philippines, unripe carambolas...
- or more precisely as black pepper (cooked and dried unripe fruit), green pepper (dried unripe fruit), or white pepper (ripe fruit seeds). Black pepper...
- Pradesh are famous for their ****y pickles. Unripe mango with garlic and ginger (āvakāya in Telugu), unripe tamarind coupled sometimes with green chillies...
- known as Jamaica pepper, myrtle pepper, pimenta, or pimento, is the dried unripe berry of Pimenta dioica, a midcanopy tree native to the Greater Antilles...
- sour tastes of rojak is po****r among pregnant women; this craving for unripe mango and other sour-tasting fruits is known as "ngidham" or "nyidham" in...
- 'Hachiya' is widely grown. The fruit has a high tannin content, which makes the unripe fruit astringent and bitter. The tannin levels are reduced as the fruit...
- lower density in developing fruit, resulting in a lighter green colour of unripe fruit, and repression of sugars ac****ulation in the resulting ripe fruit...
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