Pulp is the soft part of a fruit, or another soft mass.(noun)
An example of pulp are the soft chunks found in orange juice.
The definition of pulp is relating to a book or magazine printed on cheap paper.(adjective)
An example of something pulp is a tabloid; a pulp newspaper.
Pulp is defined as to remove the soft mass, particularly from inside a fruit, plant or tooth.(verb)
An example of pulp is to take the insides out of an orange.
See pulp in Webster's New World College Dictionary
Origin: Fr pulpe < L pulpa, flesh, pulp of fruit
See pulp in American Heritage Dictionary 4
Origin: Middle English
Origin: , from Latin pulpa, fleshy parts of the body, fruit pulp.
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