red pulp n.
See splenic pulp.
I instantly put out my hand for another, and he gave me a black fig with a red pulp, which vied with the first in excellence.
It consists of an outer coat or skin filled with red pulp, inclosing numerous small black seeds.
Regard him as he lies in the lap of his mother, a mere piece of organized, red pulp—a new-born babe!
One the great serpent would select, would lap in scaly coils, crush to a red pulp and swallow as a rat-snake swallows a mouse.