pomace

[puhm-is, pom-]
noun
1.
the pulpy residue from apples or similar fruit after crushing and pressing, as in cider making.
2.
any crushed or ground, pulpy substance.

Origin:
1545–55; perhaps < Medieval Latin pōmācium cider, derivative of Latin pōmum fruit; see pome

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pomace (ˈpʌmɪs)
 
n
1.  the pulpy residue of apples or similar fruit after crushing and pressing, as in cider-making
2.  any pulpy substance left after crushing, mashing, etc
 
[C16: from Medieval Latin pōmācium cider, from Latin pōmum apple]

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