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hat-raacked

hat-raacked  v.— «The pineapple variety was the “most precocious,” they said. After sustaining server cold damage in 1962, the trees were “hat-racked” by pruning in 1963.» —“Global Citrus Session Examines...

hat-rack

hat-rack  v.— «Replacing that stock was slowed last fall when canker, the disease most dangerous to citrus, was discovered in several Florida nurseries. Millions of seedlings had to be destroyed. Other trees damaged in 1983 were “hat...

supreme

supreme v. to remove the skin, pith, membranes, and seeds of a citrus fruit and separate its wedges. Also as noun, a wedge of citrus fruit. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

supreme

supreme  v.— «The white jicama strips and red bell pepper make this salad a treat for the eyes as well as the taste buds. Follow the instructions given above to supreme the grapefruit, keeping the bitter membrane out of the salad...

solidified gasoline

solidified gasoline  n.— «How about sheathing the walls and ceiling with what many fire safety officials refer to as “SOLIDIFIED GASOLINE”? There are only three reasons why the fire officials of Rhode Island would allow the “easy to ignite...