Almond in a sentence

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Definition of Almond

  • The fruit of the almond tree.
  • The tree that bears the fruit; almond tree.
  • Anything shaped like an almond.
  • One of the tonsils.
  • oval-shaped edible seed of the almond tree
  • small bushy deciduous tree native to Asia and North Africa having pretty pink blossoms and highly prized edible nuts enclosed in a hard green hull; cultivated in southern Australia and California

How to use almond in a sentence. Almond pronunciation.

He laughed too, good-humouredly, and his almond eyes almost closed as he did so.
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We take soup, then wait a few minutes for the fish; a few minutes more and the plates are changed, and the roast beef comes; another change and we take peas; change again and take lentils; change and take snail patties (I prefer grasshoppers); change and take roast chicken and salad; then strawberry pie and ice cream; then green figs, pears, oranges, green almonds, etc.
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It takes a sort of almond shape, and is small and bitter.
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The merchants alone admired her, for she was the cause of much buying of new shoes, new hats, new clothes, fine groceries, olives, Malaga grapes, salted almonds, raisins, English walnuts and other things that one eats only at parties.
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But now when she calculated that the olives, the turkey, the Malaga grapes, the English walnuts, the salted almonds and a man from the hotel to wait on table, would total up twenty-five dollars or so, she found herself figuring how much twenty-five dollars would amount to in twenty-five years at compound interest.
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As is manifestly apparent in pease, beans, fasels, pomegranates, peaches, cottons, gourds, pumpions, melons, corn, lemons, almonds, walnuts, filberts, and chestnuts; as likewise in all plants, slips, or sets whatsoever, wherein it is plainly and evidently seen, that the sperm and semence is more closely veiled, overshadowed, corroborated, and thoroughly harnessed, than any other part, portion, or parcel of the whole.
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The almonds, like a telescope.
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Then he laid out the salad, the sandwiches, the olives, the almonds, and two silver telescope-cups.
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At the command of veilèd Moses made The seven-branched candlestick of beaten gold- The base, the shaft, the cups, the knops, the flowers, Like almond blossoms-and the lamps were seven.
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At the recent Bazaar given by the College Athletic Association for the Red Cross Relief Fund, the Society had a booth and sold appropriate articles, like brass Menorahs, books and small Hebrew scrolls, objects of Jewish art, and candy and almonds from Palestine, thus adding a considerable sum to the Fund.
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He opened the front door for her, and they stood together for a moment on the dustless door-mat, mathematically laid upon verandah boards as white as new-peeled almonds.
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The peach was once a bitter almond; cauliflower is nothing but cabbage with a college education.
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She stuffed it with stones for almonds and plums.
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Placing in my lap a small but not ungrateful roll of checkerberry lozenges, he took the occasion to repeat softly in my ear the words of a motto he had just unwrapped-with its graceful covering of the tissue paper-from a sugar almond.
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The boy who cracks an almond, or breathes too loud over his raisins, will be put out of the room.
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Here we often find the Field-mouse sitting on a grass mattress, nibbling acorns, almonds, olive-stones and apricot-stones.
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I have caught the first, the stronger of the two, digging galleries in a large block of oak that served as an arch for a stable-door; I have always found the second, who is more widely distributed, settling in dead wood-mulberry, cherry, almond, poplar-that was still standing.
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Moses made The seven-branched candlestick of beaten gold- The base, the shaft, the cups, the knops, the flowers, Like almond blossoms-and the lamps were seven.
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In short, it is almost beyond the human intellect to attend to ALL the excellencies of the Almond Tumbler!
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He spread before them a huge box of chocolates, the best that Mearns Street could produce, a box of candied fruits, and another of salted almonds.
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Examples of Almond

Example #1
There were two or three American men, in black coats, rather yellow and dry of skin: they were theological students; Philip heard the twang of their New England accent through their bad German, and he glanced at them with suspicion; for he had been taught to look upon Americans as wild and desperate barbarians.
Example #2
He spoke so quickly, with a queer accent, that the girls could not always understand him, and then they burst out laughing.
Example #3
We have learned to go through the lingering routine of the table d'hote with patience, with serenity, with satisfaction.
Example #4
These Marseillaises make Marseillaise hymns and Marseilles vests and Marseilles soap for all the world, but they never sing their hymns or wear their vests or wash with their soap themselves.
Example #5
It needs frost, they say, and perhaps it does; if this be so, it will have a good opportunity to go on needing it, as it will not be likely to get it.
Example #6
This fruit, as a general thing, does not do well in the Sandwich Islands.