Apple vs Music - What's the difference?

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As nouns the difference between apple and music

is that apple is a common, round fruit produced by the tree malus domestica , cultivated in temperate climates while music is a sound, or the study of such sounds, organized in time.

As a verb music is

to seduce or entice with music.

Other Comparisons: What's the difference?

apple

English

(wikipedia apple)

Alternative forms

* apl (Jamaican English)

Noun

(en noun)
  • A common, round fruit produced by the tree Malus domestica , cultivated in temperate climates.
  • * c. 1378 , (William Langland), Piers Plowman :
  • I prayed pieres to pulle adown an apple .
  • * 1815 , (Jane Austen), Emma :
  • Not that I had any doubt before – I have so often heard Mr. Woodhouse recommend a baked apple .
  • * 2013 , John Vallins, The Guardian , 28 Oct 2013:
  • Close by and under cover, I watched the juicing process. Apples were washed, then tipped, stalks and all, into the crusher and reduced to pulp.
  • Any of various tree-borne fruits or vegetables especially considered as resembling an apple; also (with qualifying words) used to form the names of other specific fruits such as (custard apple), (thorn apple) etc.
  • * 1658 , trans. Giambattista della Porta, Natural Magick , I.16:
  • In Persia there grows a deadly tree, whose Apples are Poison, and present death.
  • * 1784 , (James Cook), A Voyage to the Pacific Ocean , II:
  • Otaheite […] is remarkable for producing great quantities of that delicious fruit we called apples , which are found in none of the others, except Eimeo.
  • * 1825 , Theodric Romeyn Beck, Elements of Medical Jurisprudence , 2nd edition, p. 565:
  • Hippomane mancinella. (Manchineel-tree.) Dr. Peysonnel relates that a soldier, who was a slave with the Turks, eat some of the apples of this tree, and was soon seized with a swelling and pain of the abdomen.
  • The fruit of the Tree of Knowledge, eaten by Adam and Eve according to post-Biblical Christian tradition; the forbidden fruit.
  • * 1667 , (John Milton), Paradise Lost , Book X:
  • Him by fraud I have seduced / From his Creator; and, the more to encrease / Your wonder, with an apple […].
  • * 1985 , (Barry Reckord), The White Witch :
  • Woman ate the apple , and discovered sex, and lost all shame, and lift up her fig—leaf, and she must suffer the pains of hell. Monthly.
  • A tree of the genus Malus , especially one cultivated for its edible fruit; the apple tree.
  • * 1913 , John Weathers, Commercial Gardening , p. 38:
  • If the grafted portion of an Apple or other tree were examined after one hundred years, the old cut surfaces would still be present, for mature or ripened wood, being dead, never unites.
  • * 2000 PA Thomas, Trees: Their Natural History , p. 227:
  • This allows a weak plant to benefit from the strong roots of another, or a vigorous tree (such as an apple ) to be kept small by growing on 'dwarfing rootstock'.
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  • * 2012 , Terri Reid, The Everything Guide to Living Off the Grid , p. 77:
  • Other fruit trees, like apples , need well-drained soil.
  • The wood of the apple tree.
  • (in the plural, Cockney rhyming slang) Short for apples and pears , slang for stairs.
  • (baseball, slang, obsolete) The ball in baseball.
  • (informal) When smiling, the round, fleshy part of the cheeks between the eyes and the corners of the mouth.
  • Derived terms

    * Adam's apple * alligator apple * an apple a day, an apple a day keeps the doctor away * Apple * apples and oranges, apples to oranges (to compare ) * apples and pears * apple aphid, apple aphis * apple-bee * apple-berry * apple blight * apple blossom * apple borer * apple-box * apple brandy * apple brown tortrix * apple bud and leaf mite * apple bud moth * apple bud weevil * apple-bug * apple butter * apple cake * apple canker * applecart * apple charlotte * apple-cheeked * apple-cheese * apple cider * apple clearwing moth * apple core * apple-corer * apple-crook * apple crumble * appled * the apple doesn't fall far from the tree * apple domain * apple-domed * apple-dowdy * apple-drane, apple-drone * apple drops * apple dumpling * apple dumplin shop * apple-eating * apple-faced * apple-fallow * apple fly * apple fritter * apple fruit weevil * apple fruit rhynchites * apple-garth * apple geranium * apple grain aphid * apple-grass aphid * apple green, apple-green * apple-grey * apple-gum * apple head, applehead * apple-headed * apple ice wine * Apple Isle * apple-jack, applejack * apple jacks * apple jelly * apple jelly nodules * apple-john * apple juice * apple-knocker * apple leaf miner * appleless * apple liqueur * apple maggot * apple martini * apple midge * apple mint, applemint * apple-monger * apple-mose * apple-moss * apple-moth * apple nut * apple of Adam * apple of discord * apple of love * apple of Peru * apple of Sodom * apple of somebody's eye, apple of the eye * apple-oil * apple orchard * apple pandowdy * apple-pear * apple-peeler * apple-peru * apple pie * apple-plum * apple-polish * apple-polisher * apple-polishing * apple-pomice * apple potato bread * apple Punic * apple pygmy moth * apple root aphid * apple rust * apple rust mite * apples * apples and pears * apple sauce, applesauce * apple sawfly * apple scab * apple schnapps * apple-scoop * apple seed, appleseed * apple shell * apple small ermine moth * apple-snail * apple-slump * apple snow * apples of gold * apple of one's eye, apple of somebody's eye * Apples of the Hesperides * apple sourpuss * apple's queen * apple-squire * apple strudel * apple sucker * appletini * Appletise, Appletiser * apple tree * apple turnover * apple twig-cutter * (Apple Valley) * Apple Wassail * apple-water * apple wedger * apple weevil, apple blossom weevil * apple-wife * apple wine * apple-woman * applewood * apple worm * apple-wort * apple-yard * a rotten apple spoils the barrel * as sure as God made little apples, sure as God made little apples * bad apple * bake-apple, bakeapple, baked-apple * baking apple * Baldwin apple * balm-apple * balsam apple * bell apple * the Big Apple * bitter apple * blade apple * bob for apples * bobbing for apples * Bragi's apples * candied apple, candy apple * caramel apple * cashew apple * cedar apple * cedar-apple rust * cherry apple * chess-apple * cider-apple * common thorn apple * compare apples with apples * cooking apple * crab apple, crabapple * Criterion apple * custard apple * Dead-Sea apple * desert thorn-apple * dessert apple * devil's apple * devil's apples * earth-apple * eating apple * egg apple * elephant apple * golden apple * green apple aphid * hedge apple * hogapple * horseapple * how do you like them apples? * Indian apple * Jamaica apple * java apple * Jew's apple * John-apple * June-apple * kai apple * kangaroo apple * kei-apple * lady apple * the Little Apple * love apple * Macoun apple * mad apple * Malay apple * mamey apple * mammee apple * mandrake apple * May apple, mayapple * McIntosh * median apple * Micah Rood's apples * monkey apple * monkey apple tree * oak apple, oak-apple * Otaheite apple * pear-apple * Persian apple * Peruvian apple cactus * pineapple * pink fir apple * pitch apple * polish the apple * pond apple * potato apple, potato-apple * prairie apple * prairie crab apple * prickly custard apple * Punic apple * queen apple * road apple * road apples * rose apple * rotten apple * sage-apple * sea-apple * seven-year apple * sheld-apple, shell-apple * she'll be apples, she's apples * Snapple * snow apple * soap apple * sorb-apple * southern crab apple * star apple * stocking-apple * stone apple * sugar apple * sweet apple * taffy apple, toffee apple * thorn apple * toffee apple * tropical soda apple * vi-apple * vine apple * water apple * wax apple * Westbury apple * wild apple * wild balsam apple * wine apple * winter apple * wise apple * wolf apple * wood apple * woolly apple aphid

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    Anagrams

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    music

    Alternative forms

    * musick (archaic) * musicke (obsolete) * musique (obsolete)

    Noun

    (en-noun)
  • A sound, or the study of such sounds, organized in time.
  • * {{quote-magazine, date=2013-11-22, author= Ian Sample
  • , volume=189, issue=24, page=32, magazine=(The Guardian Weekly) , title= Music lessons in early childhood may improve brain's performance , passage=Music lessons in early childhood lead to changes in the brain that could improve its performance far into adulthood, researchers say.}}
  • (figuratively) Any pleasing or interesting sounds.
  • An art form, created by organizing of pitch, rhythm, and sounds made using and sometimes singing
  • A guide to playing or singing a particular tune; sheet music.
  • Synonyms

    * melody * vibe

    Derived terms

    * background music * chamber music * chin music * concrete music * country music * elevator music * face the music * fill music * hillbilly music * incidental music * musical * musicality * musically * music box * music drama * music hall * musician, muso * musicing * musicless * music of the spheres * music to someone's ears * musicologist * musicology * pop music * program music * set to music * sheet music * soul music * world music

    See also

    * * MusicNovatory: the science of music encyclopedia *

    Verb

    (musick)
  • To seduce or entice with music.
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    References

    * 1000 English basic words ----