allspice /ˈɔːlspʌɪs/



1. [ mass noun] the dried aromatic fruit of a Caribbean tree, used whole or ground as a culinary spice and in the production of certain liqueurs such as Benedictine.
2. a tree of the myrtle family from which allspice is obtained. Also called pimento or Jamaica pepper.

Pimenta dioica, family Myrtaceae.
3. an aromatic North American tree or shrub.

●Genus Calycanthus, family Calycanthaceae.

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