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pomace

[ puhm-is, pom- ]
/ ˈpʌm ɪs, ˈpɒm- /
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noun

the pulpy residue from apples or similar fruit after crushing and pressing, as in cider making.
any crushed or ground, pulpy substance.

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Origin of pomace

1545–55; perhaps <Medieval Latin pōmācium cider, derivative of Latin pōmum fruit; see pome
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British Dictionary definitions for pomace

pomace
/ (ˈpʌmɪs) /

noun

the pulpy residue of apples or similar fruit after crushing and pressing, as in cider-making
any pulpy substance left after crushing, mashing, etc

Word Origin for pomace

C16: from Medieval Latin pōmācium cider, from Latin pōmum apple
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