Fruits in the Answer

All the blanks are types of fruit. Based on the clues, guess the missing words.
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Last updated: December 14, 2019
First submittedNovember 29, 2012
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Clue
Answer
Bottom-heavy
Pear-shaped
Queen's present to Snow White
Poisoned Apple
Once popular smartphone brand
Blackberry
Nudity cover for Adam & Eve
Fig Leaf
Prince song
Raspberry Beret
Gazpacho, for example
Tomato Soup
Kitchen tool
Melon Baller
Calcium carbonate
Limestone
Oh my darling, oh my darling,
oh my darling ...
Clementine
Roald Dahl book
James and the
Giant Peach
Clue
Answer
Mark Twain character
Huckleberry Finn
Dystopian Kubrick movie
A Clockwork Orange
Steinbeck novel
The Grapes of Wrath
Certain politically unstable countries
Banana Republics
Spherical firecracker
Cherry Bomb
A defective motor vehicle
Lemon
Piña colada ingredient
Cream of Coconut
Symbol of peace
Olive Branch
Song by the Beatles
Strawberry Fields
Forever
Visions that dance in children's heads,
on the night before Christmas
Sugar-plums
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Level 50
Feb 8, 2013
Fun quiz.
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Level 54
Feb 8, 2013
Can't believe I nearly missed Blackberry!
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Level 65
Jul 8, 2018
In fairness, I don't consider their phones to be smart.
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Level 86
Feb 8, 2013
Smooth of you to slip tomato in there. I happen to agree with its inclusion in the fruit category, but I wonder if you aren't doing a little troll fishing there... LOL
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Level 75
Jul 28, 2015
Smart is knowing a tomato is a fruit. Smarter is knowing not to put one in a fruit salad.
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Level 52
Apr 19, 2016
If you're in a science class, it's a fruit. It makes sense in that context, where the definition is based on its botanical properties.

If you're in a kitchen, it's a vegetable. It makes sense in that context, where the definition is based on its culinary properties.

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Level 60
Jul 9, 2018
Einstein described it as fruit-vegetable duality.

Or maybe wave-particle fruitality?

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Level 67
Aug 30, 2019
Even if you are not in a kitchen. When you take/get offered a piece of fruit you expect a banana or an apple or somethng.
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Level 51
Apr 29, 2020
Not only in the kitchen, but there is a difference between the biological and the eating/tasting/culinary definition of a fruit and a vegetable.

In biology, a fruit contains a seed (this includes pumpkins and cucumbers too), while a vegetable is any edible part of a plant (including fruits like a banana, seeds like an almond, roots like a carrot, leaves like a cabbage...)

When it's for eating, fruits are generally eaten raw and as a sweet dish, when vegetables can be either raw or cooked, but more often as a starter or with the main dish.

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Level 59
Nov 11, 2020
Biologically, yes, a tomato, among other plants, is considered a fruit. That doesn't mean that I won't get mad when my fruit tart comes with kiwis, raspberries, eggplant and jalapeños.
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Level 40
Nov 11, 2020
Aren't Tomatoes in their own category now? haha
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Level 21
Feb 9, 2013
To be honest, I didn't know most of these, so I just typed in random fruits and got 18/20.
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Level 74
Jul 28, 2015
Maybe use the yellow box for this quiz? Otherwise it's too easy to fluke answers, especially questions different from the one you're trying to answer.
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Level 50
Jul 28, 2015
All 20, first try no warm up yo! :D
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Level 46
Jul 28, 2015
Good job!
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Level 37
May 26, 2017
Nostalgia to when I used to waste my school time away by playing BrickBreaker or Alchemist on my BlackBerry. Good times
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Level 48
Dec 9, 2017
My (feline) daughter is named Clementine and is orange in color, but she is named for my hero Clemente.
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Level 70
Jul 5, 2018
Like this quiz?...... try my Fruit / Veg / Nut Pictures quiz ...here it is
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Level 57
Jul 8, 2018
I can never figure out why tomatoes get included in quizzes about fruit, but eggplants, zucchini and cucumbers don't.
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Level 48
Jul 8, 2018
We were gifted with olives and coconuts at least.
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Level 25
Jul 8, 2018
I just started naming random fruits the whole time...
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Level 37
Jul 9, 2018
Never thought of olive as a fruit; thought of it only as a legume.
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Level 52
Oct 5, 2018
it grows on a tree..... that's a clue
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Level 67
Nov 14, 2020
Olives aren't legumes. Legumes are a different plant family in a different order.
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Level 67
Aug 30, 2019
Got 100% but had to make guesses for the beret one. How weird that olive branch is nearly the least guessed ! You dont have to be religious to know that ( same with the apple of adam and eve, perhaps even moreso, because there are sayings like extending an olive branch)
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Level 73
Nov 11, 2020
Imagine when Apple has to be accepted for the third question
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Level 51
Nov 11, 2020
that should never happen
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Level 61
Feb 24, 2021
That question is probably the only reason that "poisoned apple" is guessed by 99% of people because they tried to answer question 3. Also the fact that apple usually comes to mind first when thinking of fruits, so people guess apple when in doubt, is probably another factor.
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Level 58
Nov 11, 2020
Awww, no "Watermelon Man."
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Level 65
Nov 11, 2020
"Pineapple Express"?
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Level 33
Nov 12, 2020
"Spherical Firecracker" is the greatest hint I've ever heard
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Level 45
Nov 15, 2020
Missed Fig and Melon