Examples from the Web for pineapple
The Bee Pollen juice looked appetizing and resembled a juice I routinely enjoy that consists of pineapple, apple, and lime.
The co-stars of Pineapple Express and Freaks and Geeks have really outdone themselves this time.Watch James Franco and Seth Rogen’s Hilarious Parody of Kanye West’s Music Video For 'Bound 2'|Marlow Stern|November 25, 2013|DAILY BEAST
“For 10 days prior to the Versace show, I just drank juice—carrot, ginger, pineapple—to cleanse,” she divulged.Rihanna’s New Music Video Was Banned After Only 10 Minutes; Tamara Mellon Spills on Jimmy Choo|The Fashion Beast Team|October 4, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Delia told of making Nora pineapple shakes with canned pineapple, not fresh, when she was in the hospital.Nora Ephron Memorial: Warm, Funny Tributes by Tom Hanks, Meryl Streep, and Rosie O’Donnell|Rebecca Dana|July 9, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The pineapple margarita, well, I prefer my tequila resposado and on the rocks.Best Mexican Food in New York City: The Daily Beast Takes a Tour|Michelle Gross|May 4, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The “pineapple,” “broken plaid,” and “shell” patterns are very popular, especially with those who are more experienced in the art.Quilts|Marie D. Webster
The pineapple is to be picked up in rather large bits and placed on lettuce with mayonnaise.Gala Day Luncheons|Caroline Benedict Burrell
Inside the cave were three oranges and a pineapple which had been brought from the Ship.The Home of the Blizzard|Douglas Mawson
Houses embosomed among cocoanut palms and mango trees—canefields, banana and pineapple plantations line the railway on both sides.From Chart House to Bush Hut|Charles W. L. Bryde
You will find that he will enjoy orange juice, pineapple juice, or prune juice.The Mother and Her Child|William S. Sadler
British Dictionary definitions for pineapple
Word Origin for pineapple
Word Origin and History for pineapple
late 14c., "pine cone," from pine (n.) + apple. The reference to the fruit of the tropical plant (from resemblance of shape) is first recorded 1660s, and pine cone emerged 1690s to replace pineapple in its original sense except in dialect. For "pine cone," Old English also used pinhnyte "pine nut."