- According to an EU ruling, marmalade can contain only citrus fruit, not apricots or other soft fruit.
- They're generally very fruity, and can have the subtle tastes of apples, peaches, apricots and melons.
- Unsprayed rose petals can be used to decorate desserts or cakes, or incorporated with peaches and apricots into fragrant jams.
- With skin tone colors of apricot, tan, sepia, mahogany, salmon, raw sienna, and burnt sienna, white was used primarily to alter shades and create a layered tint.
- It can be woven into a carpet using its many colours - white, lavender, mauve, indigo, apricot and pink - or a single colour may be selected to contrast or complement alyssum, dianthus and lobelia.
- Modern hybrids come in every colour from white and apricot to deep plum.
- Prunus armeniaca, family Rosaceae
- Amidst fig and plum trees and overgrown vegetable beds, about a dozen local activists locked down around a large apricot tree, refusing to move until they were able to reclaim their garden.
- All summer long I battled successive invasions by the marauding black squirrels that lived in the graceful apricot tree outside our window.
- We have one particular pair of Rosellas that stay in the apricot tree constantly, and I wake every morning to their light chatter outside my bedroom window.
mid 16th century: from Portuguese albricoque or Spanish albaricoque, from Spanish Arabic al 'the' + barḳūḳ (from late Greek praikokion, from Latin praecoquum, variant of praecox 'early ripe'); influenced by Latin apricus 'ripe' and by French abricot.
Definition of apricot in:
- The British & World English dictionary