freestone freestone  /f ˈri ˌstoʊn/


  • (n) fruit (especially peach) whose flesh does not adhere to the pit


  1. The interior was rebuilt, and to cover the smoke stains on the walls of Virginia freestone, it was painted white.
  2. Most important result of their work is Burbank's Elephant Heart plum, a red-fleshed plum almost as big as a, baseball, the first freestone, blood-fleshed plum ever developed.


  1. Green light for construction of big SK neighborhood

    Freestone at Bayside could have as many as 294 homes.
    on June 17, 2013     Source: The Kitsap Sun

  2. Weekly Record

    Marriage Licenses June 12 -- Kevin L. Ray and Kim A. Freestone, both of Mt. Vernon. June 13 -- Christopher R. Deschaine and Jessica F. Vanhoorebeke, both of Mt. Vernon. June 14 -- Robert W. Hustedde and Rachel R. Henderson, both of Texico. June 14 --
    on June 15, 2013     Source: Mt. Vernon Register-News


  1. "I'm looking forward to Mt. Morris," said Ferry. "Freestone isn't one of my favorite tracks because it is pretty easy and everyone can go fast. I like High Point because it is tough and rutty. I have a lot of time on the track so my...
    on Jun 13, 2008 By: Tim Ferry Source:

  2. "I like Freestone and I here it is going to be really hot and rough," said Villopoto. "Working with my trainer helps a lot because having two 30 minute plus two lap motos is tough. I'm going to keep working this week and hopefully come out of...
    on Jun 6, 2008 By: Ryan Villopoto Source: Cycle News

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