white pulp n.
The part of the spleen that consists of lymphatic nodules and other concentrations of lymphatic tissue.
The fruit is yellowish-red, and oblong in shape, and the seeds are enveloped in a mass of white pulp.
It has a rough, greenish-white skin, and the white pulp is sweet.
There is one mill, as we have said, devoted exclusively to the reduction of rags to this white pulp.
An azotised substance, forming a large proportion of the white pulp of both bitter and sweet almonds.
The round fruits contain a white pulp, of the consistence of new bread.
Cut the fruit carefully in halves and you will find a creamy, white pulp, with a dark-red rim.
The one with a white pulp is rather insipid and is not considered good to eat.
The fruit is of two kindsthe one with a white pulp, the other of a reddish colour; the latter is the most esteemed.
And when the blossom turned into an apple there would be a tiny baby-worm to feed upon the white pulp.
The original Scuppernong has white skin, white pulp, white juice, and makes a white wine.