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white sapote

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noun
a tropical American tree, Casimiroa edulis, of the rue family, having greenish, inconspicuous flowers and tomatolike fleshy fruit that is yellow on the inside and gray or yellowish-green on the outside.
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Also called Mexican apple.
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