persimmon tree

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Noun1.persimmon tree - any of several tropical trees of the genus Diospyrospersimmon tree - any of several tropical trees of the genus Diospyros
fruit tree - tree bearing edible fruit
Diospyros, genus Diospyros - a genus of trees or shrubs that have beautiful and valuable wood
Diospyros kaki, Japanese persimmon, kaki - small deciduous Asiatic tree bearing large red or orange edible astringent fruit
American persimmon, Diospyros virginiana, possumwood - medium-sized tree of dry woodlands in the southern and eastern United States bearing yellow or orange very astringent fruit that is edible when fully ripe
date plum, Diospyros lotus - an Asiatic persimmon tree cultivated for its small yellow or purplish-black edible fruit much valued by Afghan tribes
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I also remember the persimmon tree in the church yard.
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The persimmon tree (Diospyros kaki L.) is a fruit bearing tree from Asia, traditionally cultivated in temperate or subtropical climates (MARTINELI et al., 2013).
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It was early in the season, and we were going to check out a persimmon tree to see if deer were using it.
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