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recalcitrant, contumacious, refractory, intractable, incorrigible.
2. mad, rabid, delirious, distracted, carried away, like one possessed, beside oneself; wild, frenzied, frenetic, frantic, raving, raging, berserk, amok. unconventional,
adj. uncommon, unusual, unorthodox, uncustomary, unwonted, rare, unique, out-of-the-ordinary; original, atypical, singular, individual; unexampled, unparalleled, unfamiliar, uncomfortable; eccentric, peculiar, offbeat, curious, queer, odd, oddish, quizzical, cranky, uncouth, Inf. funny, Inf. kinky; idiosyncratic, Inf quirky, SI. flaky, SI. balmy, Chiefly Brit, barmy; strange, weird, bizarre, freakish, SI. freaky, grotesque, SI. rum, SI. far-out; deviant, aberrant, wayward, erratic, anomalous, abnormal, irregular. uncoordinated, adj. clumsy, awkward, ungraceful, ungainly, SI. un-co; oafish, doltish, cloddish, lumbering, clodhopping, heavy-footed, lubberly, lumpish, hulking, bovine; unhandy, inept, bungling, bumbling, blundering, clownish; unskillful, left-handed, maladroit, bunglesome, ambisinister, like a bull in a china shop, Inf. all thumbs, Inf. butterfingered, Inf. klutzy. uncouth, adj. 1. uncivil, unmannerly, ill-mannered, ill-bred; discourteous, impolite, disrespectful, unceremonious; rude, brash, bold, hoydenish, Scot. randy; vulgar, coarse, boorish, raffish, churlish; gross, crude; improper, unseemly, unbecoming, indecorous, indelicate, ungenteel, uncourtly, ungracious; undignified, beneath one's dignity, infra dig, Latin, infra dignitatem, ungentlemanly, unladylike.
2. uncivilized, uncultured, uncultivated, unrefined, unpolished, unsophisticated, unworldly, incondite; countrified, country-bred, country-born, upcountry, backwoods, provincial, inurbane, yokelish,
SI. hicic-ish, SI. rube, SI. hayseed, SI. from the sticks, SI. from the boondocks or boonies; awkward, clumsy, gauche, ungainly, ungraceful, graceless, inelegant.
3. unconventional, uncommon, unusual, unfamiliar; odd, outlandish, curious, peculiar; strange, weird, bizarre. See also unconventional. uncover, v. 1. expose, bare, lay bare, take the wraps off, unwrap, unveil, unmask, unsheathe, uncase, disease; open, uncork, unstop; divest, strip, undress, unclothe, undrape, uncloak; discover, descry, detect, find, unearth, exhume, dig up, smoke out.
2. reveal, make known, disclose, divulge, bring out, bring out into the open, bring to light; tell, impart, inform, communicate, let [s.t.] be known.
3. remove one's hat, uncap, unbonnet, doff one's cap, tip one's hat. uncritical,
adj. undifferentiating, undiscriminating, indiscriminate, indiscriminative, promiscuous, un-judging; unselective, unparticular; unthinking, unthoughtful, unreflecting, unaware, unperceptive, obtuse, dense, dull; ignorant, uninformed, unenlightened, unschooled, uneducated; unscholarly, halfbaked, SI. half-ass, mediocre, casual, hit-or-miss; superficial, surface, shallow, slick, glossy, glib, facile, smooth; unprofound, empty, meaningless, insubstantial. unction, n. 1. anointing, oiling, lubrication, Eccles. chrism.
2. balm, salve, ointment, unguent, oil, lotion, lubricant; liniment, embrocation, emollient, demulcent,
Med. abirritant, palliative.
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(all affected in speech) earnestness, fervor, ardor, passion, emotion, feeling, warmth; spirit, verve, zest, enthusiasm, gusto, zeal, eagerness; power, force, vehemence; persuasion, inducement, smoothness. unctuous, adj. 1. oily, oleaginous, greasy, greased, lubricated, lubricous, unguentary, unguinous, slippery, slithery; buttery, butraceous; soapy, saponaceous, waxy.

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Benefits of Sapodilla fruits

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Sapodilla is believed to have originated in the Central American rain forests, probably in Mexico and Belize. It has now spread across the tropical belt and is being commercially grown in a large scale in India, Sri Lanka, Indonesia and Malaysia. Sapodilla grows naturally in coastal Yucatan in the Petenes mangroves ecoregion, where it is a subdominant plant species. This plant was introduced to the Philippines during the Spanish colonization. The sapodilla tree grows fast and is resistant to the wind and drought hence making it suitable to withstand dry arid regions with scanty rains. However, in order to get a good fruit yield, irrigation is necessary during the summer season.

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