Origin of papaya
OTHER WORDS FROM papayapa·pa·yan, adjective
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How to use papaya in a sentence
Chunks of pineapple, papaya and pear add a tropical flavor to the preparation.
There are also enzyme exfoliants, which come from fruits such as papaya, pineapple and pumpkin.Exfoliating isn’t necessary. But if you do it, follow the tips from these dermatologists.|Janna Mandell|April 12, 2021|Washington Post
Thus we were thrilled when the New York–based Papaya King opened its first West Coast location in Hollywood in late May.
Papaya and Arugula Salad by Anne Byrn The Dinner Doctor offers a salad to please both the palate and the eye.
Papaya is not as sweet as mango or peach, but it gives a salad great texture, flavor, and color.
Merian has figured the caterpillar of another moth which feeds upon the Papaw-tree (Carica Papaya) with similar hairs.An Introduction to Entomology: Vol. III (of 4)|William Kirby
As dessert a great dish of fresh papaya cut up into squares and soaking in its own juice, was served.In Indian Mexico (1908)|Frederick Starr
In some countries they wrap meat in papaya leaves for several hours before eating in order to soften it.The Medicinal Plants of the Philippines|T. H. Pardo de Tavera
“Santa Ana's house is full of bullets” is rather pretty description for the papaya.
Another valuable fruit indigenous to this country is the Papaia (Carica papaya).The Hawaiian Islands|The Department of Foreign Affairs