That which has attracted your attention—the sapota achras—is especially well known.
Hold the branch of that sapota sapling fast, for the fall is sheer!
They like the sapota because it produces a fruit of which they are passionately fond.
One of the largest trees in Yucatan is the sapota (Achras sapota).
The highest is the sapota, from which the gummy sap chicle—basis of all American chewing-gums—is obtained.
The sapota, or sapodtilla, is less characterized by stoniness, and one soon learns to like it.
The lintels of the doors are almost invariably formed of the wood of the Central American sapota tree (Achras sapota).
The door lintels are sapota beams, which are to-day still in their places, as they were when Stephens visited the city in 1842.