having a sharp, pungent taste or smell; not sweet
a disease of apples caused by calcium deficiency, characterized by sunken brown spots
a disease of apples, characterized by sunken brown spots, caused by the fungus Glomerella cingulata
an inedible, bitter form of almond, used to produce almond oil
another term for colocynth.
a person who holds out until the end, no matter what
mixed green leaves of a variety of salad vegetables with a bitter taste, such as endives, chicory, or spinach
a carbonated semi-sweet soft drink flavoured with lemons
a warty, green-colored, unripe fruit of an annual tropical vine, used in Asian cooking and for its medicinal properties
another term for Seville orange.
an unpleasant or painful necessity (to accept)
used to indicate that one will continue doing something until it is finished, no matter what
a strong feeling of distress or disgust following an experience
a strong laxative obtained from the bitter juice of various kinds of aloe
(of food or drink) sweet with a bitter aftertaste
the shrubby tree from which cassava is obtained, native to tropical America and cultivated throughout the tropics