Pulp meaning

pŭlp
A soft moist shapeless mass of matter.
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Pulp is defined as to remove the soft mass, particularly from inside a fruit, plant or tooth.

An example of pulp is to take the insides out of an orange.

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Pulp is the soft part of a fruit, or another soft mass.

An example of pulp are the soft chunks found in orange juice.

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The soft pith forming the contents of the stem of a plant.
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A mixture of cellulose material, such as wood, paper, and rags, ground up and moistened to make paper.
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The soft tissue forming the inner structure of a tooth and containing nerves and blood vessels.
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A mixture of crushed ore and water.
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To reduce to pulp.
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To remove the pulp from (coffee berries).
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To be reduced to a pulpy consistency.
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A soft, moist, formless mass that sticks together.
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The soft, juicy part of a fruit.
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The pith inside the stem of a plant.
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The soft, sensitive tissue in the center of a tooth, including blood vessels, nerves, etc.
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A mixture of ground-up, moistened cellulose material, as wood, linen, rags, etc., from which paper is made.
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Ore ground to a powder and mixed with water.
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A magazine printed on rough, inferior paper stock made from wood pulp and traditionally characterized by sensational stories of love, crime, etc.
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Of or characteristic of pulp magazines.

Pulp fiction.

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To reduce to pulp.
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To remove the pulp from.
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To become pulp.
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The soft tissue forming the inner structure of a tooth and containing nerves and blood vessels.
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The soft tissue forming the inner structure of a tooth and containing nerves and blood vessels.
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The soft moist part of a fruit, especially a drupe or pome.
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The soft pith forming the contents of the stem of a plant.
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A magazine or book containing lurid subject matter and being characteristically printed on rough, unfinished paper.
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The soft center of a fruit.
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The soft center of a tooth.
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A mixture of wood, cellulose and/or rags and water ground up to make paper.
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Mass of chemically processed wood fibres (cellulose).
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To make, or be made into pulp.
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To beat to a pulp.
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The definition of pulp is relating to a book or magazine printed on cheap paper.

An example of something pulp is a tabloid; a pulp newspaper.

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Origin of pulp

  • Middle English from Latin pulpa fleshy parts of the body, fruit pulp
    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
  • From Latin pulpa.
    From Wiktionary