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Victoria plum

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Definition of Victoria plum in English:

noun

British
A plum of a large red dessert variety.
Example sentences
  • There are still strawberries, late and ripe, to go with the wild blackberries; Victoria plums and damsons are easy enough to find and even the odd greengage or two.
  • I have quinces, which are doing badly, but growing nearby are Victoria plums and apples of every kind which never fail.
  • Good marketing rather than inherent distinction assured the fame of the Victoria plum when it was first sold in 1844.

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