- (also Bramley's seedling)noun (plural Bramleys) an English cooking apple of a large variety with green skin and firm flesh.Originearly 20th cent.: named after the English butcher Matthew Bramley, in whose garden it first grew.
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Bramley — (also Bramley s seedling) ► NOUN (pl. Bramleys) ▪ a variety of large English cooking apple with green skin. ORIGIN named after the 19th century English butcher Matthew Bramley, in whose garden it first grew … English terms dictionary
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Bramley — (also Bramley apple, Bramley’s seedling) n a type of large green apple that is suitable for cooking rather than for eating raw. Bramleys are especially popular in Britain. * * * … Universalium
Bramley — 1 Original name in latin Bramley Name in other language State code GB Continent/City Europe/London longitude 53.41667 latitude 1.26667 altitude 132 Population 0 Date 2011 07 31 2 Original name in latin Bramley Name in other language State code GB … Cities with a population over 1000 database
Bramley — n. (pl. eys) (in full Bramley s seedling) a large green variety of cooking apple. Etymology: M. Bramley, Engl. butcher in whose garden it may have first grown c.1850 … Useful english dictionary
Bramley — noun A cultivar of apple, used especially as a cooking apple For pies, Bramleys are a good choice. Syn: Bramleys Seedling … Wiktionary
Bramley — n. type of large English apple with green skin used for cooking; family name … English contemporary dictionary