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Adjective
/ˈä(l)mənd/,/ˈa(l)-/,
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almonds, plural;
  1. Made of or flavored with almonds
    • - almond cookies
  2. Of an oval shape, pointed at one or both ends
    • - her almond eyes
  3. A pale tan color, as of an almond shell
    • - the kitchen was done in almond
Noun
  1. The oval nutlike seed (kernel) of the almond tree, used as food

  2. The tree that produces this nut, belonging to the rose family and related to the peach and plum. Native to western Asia, it is widely cultivated in warm climates


  1. 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
  2. oval-shaped edible seed of the almond tree
  3. The almond (Prunus dulcis, syn. Prunus amygdalus Batsch., Amygdalus communis L., Amygdalus dulcis Mill.), is a species of tree native to the Middle East and South Asia. Almond is also the name of the edible and widely cultivated seed of this tree. ...
  4. Crayola crayons have come in a multitude of different colors since their introduction in 1903. By 1905 Binney & Smith's Crayola crayon product line had reached 30 different colors. In 1958 the number of colors increased to 64. ...
  5. Almond, New York refers to two locations in Allegany County in New York in the United States: *Almond (village), New York *Almond (town), New York
  6. A type of tree nut; A small deciduous tree, Prunus dulcis, that produces almonds; The colour of the kernel of an almond without its shell and thin seed coat, a creamy off-white colour; The color of an almond still covered by its skin, a shade of brown; brownish, resembling the colour of an ...
  7. (Almonds) Nuts that can be bought as skin-on, blanched, whole, halved, flaked, chopped or ground. Used in sweet or savoury dishes, especially those with an Arabic influence. There are two main types of almonds sweet and bitter. The flavour of sweet almonds is delicate and slightly sweet. ...
  8. (ALMONDS) A healthy nut to feed parrots. Make sure that there is no mold on the shell and that the nut meat is fresh. You can also feed unsalted raw almonds out of the shell. There are also soft shelled nuts available that parrots also enjoy.
  9. (Almonds) Its varieties are classified as either sweet or bitter. Sweet varieties are edible and used in some Chinese stir fried dishes, though not very common. The bitter variety contains traces of toxic acid when raw and cannot be sold in the United States unless processed. ...
  10. (Almonds) Packed with vitamin e, ground almonds moisturize, cleanse and gently exfoliate skin leaving it soft and supple.
  11. (Almonds) Seed of the Almond tree. It's special taste can be found in orgeade and liqueurs like the italian Amaretto.
  12. (Almonds) This is a good omen. It has wealth in store. However, sorrow will go with it for a short while. If the almonds are defective, your disappointment in obtaining a certain wish will be complete until new conditions are brought about.
  13. (Almonds) says about eyes in lengthened shape; if they are oval, their extremity situated towards the ear is disentangled.
  14. (almonds) A common thickening (see also blood, bread, eggs and livers).
  15. Dreaming about almonds indicates you are going to have good fortune and money.  Sorrow and disappointment is also associated with almonds if they are spoiled or bitter.  Generally a dream about almonds is considered a good omen.
  16. Grind almonds and use them in scrubs as a gentle abrasive.
  17. Slivered, toasted almonds add a nice crunch to breads but often do not have enough taste to add much in the way of flavor. I frequently suggest adding a dash of almond extract if the bread requires a pronounced almond flavor.
  18. Almonds were one of the earliest domesticated trees in the northern Middle East, in the third millennium BC, because they grow reliably from seed.
  19. The nut inside the fruit from an almond tree. There are 2 main types of almonds - sweet and bitter - with only sweet almonds sold in the United States. ...
  20. A cousin of peaches, plums, and apricots is the oldest cultivated nut. The almond is one of the most nutritious of nuts, containing large amounts of protein, vitamin B, calcium, potassium, magnesium, iron, and phosphorus. ...
  21. The seed of the fruit produced by an Almond tree primarily grown in California, Sicily, Asia, South Africa, and France. Sweet almonds are commonly used in baking and are available in several forms: whole, sliced, slivered, chopped, and blanched. ...
  22. literally from the vocabulary word almond. ...
  23. A marked improvement in your mode of living will follow a dream of eating almonds; if you dream of buying them, you will be asked to undertake a responsibility that shows how highly you are thought of by people whose good opinion is worth a great deal.
  24. Peach, Plum, Orange, Lemon and Mimosa blossoms.
  25. A large tree resembling the peach tree in both size and fruit. The almond was chiefly valued for the nuts it produced, which were used for making oil used in the home and as medicine. ...