Tikibu: pronunciation dictionary with use examples
IPA transcription: [p'ɛɹ]
meaning of the word
sweet juicy gritty-textured fruit available in many varieties
Hardly had you ridden away when he came out of the pear.
He stopped and waited in the silent depths of the pear until half an hour had passed.
No sound or movement disturbed the serenity of the dense pear thicket ten yards away.
The sun was low, and the broad shade of the great pear thicket already covered the grass- thatched hut.
"The French are as ready to go from Florence as the wasps to leave a ripe pear when they have just fastened on it."
Sam rode down the sloping hill and plunged into the great pear flat that lies between the Quintanilla and the Piedra.
The Kid crept noiselessly to the very edge of the pear thicket and reconnoitred between the leaves of a clump of cactus.
Sandridge glanced quickly at the dark mass of pear when he heard a slight squeaking sound that was not altogether unfamiliar.
For the rich southwest wind fed them, till pear grew ripe on pear, fig on fig, and grape on grape, all the winter and the spring.
He turned now to his right up a little hill, pebble-covered, upon which grew only the tenacious and thorny prickly pear and chaparral.