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Pinder vs. Peanut

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Pindernoun

A peanut, the nut-like pod containing the edible seed(s) of a leguminous plant.

Peanutnoun

A legume resembling a nut, the fruit of the plant Arachis hypogaea.

Pindernoun

The plant, Arachis hypogaea, that bears peanuts.

Peanutverb

(transitive) To pull on somebody's tie as a prank, causing the knot to tighten.

Pindernoun

(obsolete) One who impounds; a poundkeeper.

Peanutnoun

The fruit of a trailing leguminous plant (Arachis hypogæa); also, the plant itself, which is widely cultivated for its fruit.

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Pindernoun

One who impounds; a poundkeeper.

Peanutnoun

underground pod of the peanut vine

Peanutnoun

widely cultivated American plant cultivated in tropical and warm regions; showy yellow flowers on stalks that bend over to the soil so that seed pods ripen underground

Peanutnoun

a young child who is small for his age

Peanutnoun

pod of the peanut vine containing usually 2 nuts or seeds; `groundnut' and `monkey nut' are British terms

Peanutadjective

of little importance or influence or power; of minor status;

‘a minor, insignificant bureaucrat’; ‘peanut politicians’;

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Peanutnoun

the oval seed of a tropical South American plant, often roasted and salted and eaten as a snack or used to make oil or animal feed

‘a bag of dry-roasted peanuts’;

Peanutnoun

the plant of the pea family that bears peanuts, which develop in pods that ripen underground.

Peanutnoun

a very small or inadequate sum of money

‘he pays peanuts’;

Peanutnoun

small pieces of styrofoam used as packing material.

Peanut

The peanut, also known as the groundnut, goober (US), pindar (US) or monkey nut (UK), and taxonomically classified as Arachis hypogaea, is a legume crop grown mainly for its edible seeds. It is widely grown in the tropics and subtropics, being important to both small and large commercial producers.

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