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medlar: the tree Mespilus germanica, or its fruit which is like a small brown-skinned apple and is eaten when decayed to a soft pulpy state; always with quibble on ‘meddler’ Meas. IV. iii. 188, AYL. III. ii. 126, 129, Rom. II. i. 34, Tim. IV. iii. 305.
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