If you find yourself in the big apple with a big appetite, this Italian joint is the place for you.
The anonymous British street artist announces a month-long residency in the big apple.
Occasional, more traditional efforts have met with success—the big apple Circus and lingering smaller acts.
At big apple Circus, a set of camels is as exotic as it gets, so your conscience can remain unsullied.
The big apple now spends more on firefighter pensions than it does for active-duty firefighter salaries.
Swiftly she sped to the big apple tree where her trystings were held with Rufus, her playmate and lover.
You shall have an apple for your breakfast—a large, big apple.
So back they went, stopping on the way to look at a big apple tree, to see if there were any ripe apples on it.
I was a capital marksman, and the big apple, only two yards distant, turned its russet cheek fairly towards me.
She could not go indoors, so she went down to the big apple tree that had a seat all around the trunk.
New York City
may have been coined by Edward S. Martin in The Wayfarer in New York (1909), based on 'apple' as a lucrative job or engagement for jazz musicians
a line dance done in southern US
originated in Big Apple Night Clubin South Carolina
"New York," 1909 (but popularized by 1970s tourism promotion campaign), apparently from jazz musicians' use of apple for any city, especially a Northern one.
[apparently fr jazz musicians' term apple for a city, esp a city in the North; the dance may be so called from a Harlem club of the same name]