- a soft, moist, formless mass that sticks together
- the soft, juicy part of a fruit
- the pith inside the stem of a plant
- the soft, sensitive tissue in the center of a tooth, including blood vessels, nerves, etc.
- a mixture of ground-up, moistened cellulose material, as wood, linen, rags, etc., from which paper is made
- ore ground to a powder and mixed with water
- a magazine printed on rough, inferior paper stock made from wood pulp and traditionally characterized by sensational stories of love, crime, etc.
Origin of pulpFrench pulpe from Classical Latin pulpa, flesh, pulp of fruit
- to reduce to pulp
- to remove the pulp from