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Correct spelling:
lemon
Definition:
A well- known acid fruit of the orange kind.

What does the acronym lemon stand for?

LEMON abbreviation definitions:
–  A bad car or one that it's no good. I purchased this new Chinese import car, and it turned out to be a lemon.
–  Library for Efficient Modeling and Optimization in Networks

Synonyms:

adjective
buff
blonde, light brown, ecru, straw, tan, yellow-brown, tawny, yellowish, nude, bare, ochre, canary.
faulty
blemished, cracked, debased, unretentive, amiss, impaired, flawed, fallible, awry, below par, bad, imprecise, erroneous, frail, insufficient, imperfect, maimed, leaky, inadequate, false, tainted, malfunctioning, malformed, fallacious, sick, marred, warped, incomplete, inaccurate, invalid, adulterated, damaged, rank, unreliable, wrong, unsound, broken, blamable, unfit, out of order, weak, lame, defective, botched, distorted, deficient, inexact, injured.
imperfect
immature, two-bit, garbage*, rudimentary, bottom of barrel, undeveloped, few bugs, bottom-of-barrel, vicious, sketchy, two bit, junk*, unfinished, patchy, limited, partial, low, minus, disfigured, faulty, schlocky.
inadequate
inappreciable, inconsiderable, lame*, short, sterile, scanty, parsimonious, niggardly, lousy, unqualified, inapt, skimpy, incapable, shy*, barren, not enough, too little, small, depleted, thin*, insubstantial, incompetent, miserly, sketchy*, stunted, bush-league, found wanting, Stinted, unequal, impotent, dry, spare, meager, sparse, incommensurate, glitch*, lacking, poor, unproductive, feeble, scarce.
inferior
middling, good-for-nothing, most inferior, substandard, low-grade, poorer, low-rent, low-quality, tawdry.
second-class
second class, second-class.
substandard
below standard, SUBPAR..
yellow
champagne, tawny, gilded, dandelion, primrose, fallow, sunny, goldenrod, jaundiced, amber, jasmine, maize, buff, sallow, sunshine, chartreuse, crocus, Flaxen, golden, yellow, mustard, Xanthic, citron, gold, honey-colored, saffron, sandy, canary, straw, sulfur, Cream-colored, buttery, ecru, creamy, Aurin, honey.
noun
automobile
convertible, hatchback, limousine, lemon, buggy, auto, junker, ride*, transportation, jalopy, heap*, hardtop, pickup truck, go-cart, clunker, crate, sports car, taxi, station wagon, bus, truck, wheels, tub, compact, sedan, gas guzzler, four-wheeler, van, bug*, wreck*, bucket of bolts, oil burner, subcompact, Motor car, passenger car.
citrus fruit
food.
cognition
lemon.
colors
biscuit, aqua, black, brown, aquamarine, blackness, blue, bronze.
disappointment
bust, downer, error, dud, blow, blind alley, drag, bringdown, mischance, downfall, faux pas*, discouragement, fiasco, disaster, washout, calamity, flash in the pan, miscalculation, impasse, blunder, misfortune, obstacle, mishap, bummer, fizzle, slip, defeat, mistake, bitter pill, old one-two, errors, false alarm, inefficacy, setback, faux pas.
dud
bomb, loser, debacle.
failure
checkmate, decay, inadequacy, abortion, collapse, rout, loss, frustration, total loss, false step, dud, miscarriage, deficiency, Unsuccess, unsuccessfulness, turkey, failings, stalemate, wreck, deficit, mess, overthrow, misstep, Non-performance, stoppage, sinking ship, rupture, insolvency, faux pas, implosion, deterioration, lead balloon, breakdown, nonfeasance, misadventure, bankruptcy, non-success, failing, bungle, nonsuccess, botch, nonperformance, decline.
flop
nonstarter.
food
lemon.
fruit
blueberry, date, nectarine, pomegranate, gooseberry, grape, plum, grapefruit, passion fruit, raspberry, cantaloupe, guava, loganberry, banana, melon, mango, casaba melon, pineapple, watermelon, tamarind, berry, prune, currant, cranberry, blackberry, raisin, tangerine, strawberry, fruit, olive.
fruits
ackee, beefsteak tomato, black currant, bilberry, blood orange.
inferior
failure, second fiddle, subordinate, also-ran, reject, nonstarter, born loser, turkey, subaltern, flop, second banana, dud, loser, underdog, underling, second, inferior, underachiever, has-been.
lemon
failure, maize, junk, lemon tree, flop, reject, piece of junk, Citrus Limon, stinker, gamboge, lemon yellow.
tree
acacia, cashew, sandalwood, elder, birch, gum, orange, sycamore, banyan, aspen, breadfruit, fir, almond, apricot, palm, mahogany, cedar, ironwood, mountain ash, cassia, linden, sequoia, pear, rosewood, walnut, poplar, laurel, coconut, mangrove, papaya, dogwood, avocado, juniper, redwood, tree, maple, lime, fig, mulberry, apple, cottonwood, pecan, quince, mimosa, larch, weeping willow, chestnut, ebony, peach, citron, balsam, beech, spruce, butternut, hickory, pine, oak, locust, eucalyptus, elm, teak, cypress, magnolia, willow, alder, balsa, yew, ash, tamarack, cherry.
yellow
chrome, sand, saffron, sands, Ivories, blonds, CHROMES, bisques, tawnies, bisque, sander, creamer.
noun, adjective
yellow
xanthous.
Examples of usage:
  1. Add, by degrees, the essence of lemon and spice. – Seventy-Five Receipts for Pastry Cakes, and Sweetmeats by Miss Leslie
  2. " Lemon for me, if you please, Aunt Wealthy," replied Lottie. – Elsie's Womanhood by Martha Finley
  3. They have an odour which resembles that of the lemon. – The Romance of Natural History, Second Series by Philip Henry Gosse
  4. Hot water, sugar, 'n' jest a little shavin' of lemon- skin in it,- skin, mind you, none o' your juice; take it off thin,- shape of one of them flat curls the factory- girls wear on the sides of their foreheads. – The Complete PG Works of Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. by Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. (The Physician and Poet not the Jurist)
  5. The bride looked excited and happy, colour burned scarlet in her cheeks, under her outrageous hat; she wore a brown travelling gown, and the lemon- coloured gloves that were popular in that day. – The Story Of Julia Page Works of Kathleen Norris, Volume V. by Kathleen Norris
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