samara

[ US /ˈsæmɝə/ ]
NOUN
  1. a winged often one-seed indehiscent fruit as of the ash or elm or maple
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How To Use samara In A Sentence

  • At the distance of a few miles from Samarah stood a high mountain, whose sides were swarded with wild thyme and basil, and its summit overspread with so delightful a plain, that it might be taken for the paradise destined for the faithful. The History of the Caliph Vathek
  • Samaranan took his hand and led him forward, the demons skipping in his wake. TREASON KEEP
  • In fact, the complainant in the case Samaraweera cites was knowledgeable about court procedure.
  • Trials with marked seeds showed occasionally some were eaten in traps, but as nearly all of those were left as split samaras, we carefully examined all samaras in traps and counted any split as having been filled.
  • Samaranch did not elaborate, but he may have been referring to a more high-powered device to detect illegal substances.
  • The fruit of B. monosperma is a single-seeded samara and disperses as a diaspore.
  • Samar," the origin of Musámarah, which see, vol. iv. Arabian nights. English
  • Now that S7 is in the Oneworld Alliance, BA is putting its code on the Russian airline's flights between Moscow and Chelyabinsk, Ekaterinburg, Kaliningrad, Krasnodar, Krasnoyarsk, Kazan, Rostov-on-Don, Samara and Ufa. Iberia Adds Routes to Brazil; Visit Saudi on a Budget
  • When Yukos controlled Yugansk, oil was sent to the oil major's refineries in Samara, which Yukos now says are oversupplied.
  • Trust Samaranan to say the one thing guaranteed to ease his tension. TREASON KEEP
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