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Noun: pulp  púlp
  1. Any soft or soggy mass
    "he pounded it to a pulp";
    - mush
  2. A soft moist part of a fruit
    - flesh
  3. A mixture of cellulose fibers
  4. An inexpensive magazine printed on poor quality paper
    - pulp magazine
  5. The soft inner part of a tooth
Verb: pulp  púlp
  1. Remove the pulp from, as from a fruit
  2. Reduce to pulp
    "pulp fruit"; "pulp wood"

Derived forms: pulped, pulping, pulps

Type of: bray [archaic], cellulose, comminute [rare], crunch, grind, mag, magazine, mash, mass, plant tissue, take out, vascular structure

Part of: chopper [informal], pearly [informal], tooth

Encyclopedia: Pulp, Wisconsin