satsuma

[ UK /sætsˈuːmɐ/ ]
NOUN
  1. a variety of mandarin orange
  2. medium-sized largely seedless mandarin orange with thin smooth skin
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How To Use satsuma In A Sentence

  • Apart from the completely fruity lines (like strawberry, mango, satsuma, papaya and so on), the products just smell a little manufactured (for lack of a better word). Fragrance etc. « Sunayana’s Blog
  • The Clementine orange is a type of mandarin orange, a tangerine, that has become more popular than the Satsuma orange.
  • Like tangerines and satsumas, clementines are often a feature of Christmas stockings.
  • Young leaders, such as Saig Takamori (1827–77) and kubo Toshimichi (1830–78) of Satsuma, plotted to undermine the shogunal authorities. 1867
  • Reaching into his own lunch bag, he lightly tossed a satsuma her way.
  • The ancient province of Satsuma lies in the southernmost part of the Japanese island of Kyushu.
  • The last important resistance to modernization was crushed in the Satsuma rebellion of 1877.
  • Besides Imari, the most famous names for porcelain are Arita, Kutani, Hirado, Kakiemon and Satsuma.
  • It is seedless unless you plant some other types of citrus nearby, and has a more tangy taste than the satsuma.
  • On any particular morning the bananas and satsumas in the fruit bowl will vie for my attention, and the rice and the pasta fight it out at dinner that evening.
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