Any of several shrubs or small trees, of the genus Punica, bearing the fruit of the same name. (noun)
The fruit of these plants, about the size of an orange and having a red pulp containing many seeds and enclosed in a thick, hard, reddish skin. (noun)
Examples of word pomegranate
Auberville, in his magnificent work "L'Ornement des Tissus," is astonished to find the term pomegranate-pattern almost confined to these forms, since their central part is generally formed of a thistle-form.
And in case you want to wow your friends with your vast knowledge of useless information …. the word pomegranate comes from the latin word “pomum” (meaning apple) and “granatus” (meaning seeded).
The pomegranate is made with a white chocolate base flavored - and tinted - with real pomegranate juice.
A small state that looks like the inside of a pomegranate is not doable.
Now-trendy-to-eat pomegranate is the other, joining honey lemon, cherry and honey ($2.79 per 3. 5-ounce bag).