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drupelet

[ droop-lit ]
/ ˈdrup lɪt /
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noun Botany.
a little drupe, as one of the individual pericarps composing the blackberry.
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Origin of drupelet

First recorded in 1875–80; drupe + -let
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British Dictionary definitions for drupelet

drupelet

drupel (ˈdruːpəl)

/ (ˈdruːplɪt) /

noun
a small drupe, usually one of a number forming a compound fruit
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