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A type of sour cherry having pale red fruit and colorless or nearly colorless juice.
[German, from Medieval Latin amārellum, from Latin amārus, bitter.]
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(Cookery) a variety of sour cherry that has pale red fruit and colourless juice. Compare morello
[C20: from German, from Medieval Latin amārellum, from Latin amārus bitter; compare morello]
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any variety of the sour cherry, Prunus cerasus,having colorless juice.
[< German < Medieval Latin amārellum]
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|Noun||1.||amarelle - any of several cultivated sour cherry trees bearing pale red fruit with colorless juice|
amarelle - pale red sour cherry with colorless or nearly colorless juice
|2.||amarelle - pale red sour cherry with colorless or nearly colorless juice|
sour cherry - acid cherries used for pies and preserves
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