Mountain Puns

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Mountain Puns List

Each item in this list describes a pun, or a set of puns which can be made by applying a rule. If you know of any puns about mountains that we’re missing, please let us know in the comments at the end of this page! Without further ado, here’s our list of mountain puns:

  • Fountain → Mountain: As in, “The mountain of youth.”
  • Mint → Mount: As in, “In mount condition.”
  • Count → Mount: As in, “Mount me in!” and “Mount to ten” and “Mount your blessings” and “It’s the thought that mounts.”
  • Peak: The top of a mountain is referred to as the “peak”. Here are some related puns:
    • Pack → Peak: As in, “Action peaked” and “I know I peaked it” and “A peak of lies” and “Sent peaking.”
    • Pick → Peak: As in, “A bone to peak” and “Cherry peak” and “Easy peakings” and “Nit peaking.”
    • Peek → Peak: As in, “A sneak peak” and “Take a peak.”
    • Beak → Peak: As in, “Wet your peak.”
    • Pique → Peak: As in, “Peaks my interest.”
    • Cheek → Peak: As in, “Turn the other peak” and “Tongue in peak” and “Rosy peaks.”
    • Seek → Peak: As in, “Hide and peak” and “Peak and you shall find.”
    • Sneak → Peak: As in, “Peak preview” and “Peaking around.”
    • Speak → Peak: As in, “Actions peak louder than words” and “It peaks for itself” and “On peaking terms” and “Peak no evil.”
    • Streak → Peak: As in, “On a winning peak” and “An individual peak.”
    • Weak → Peak: As in, “Peak at the knees” and “The spirit is willing but the flesh is peak.”
  • Ever rest → Everest: As in, “Slow down – don’t you everest?”
  • Ever → Everest: As in, “They lived happily everest after” and “Diamonds are for-everest” and “For everest and a day” and “For everest and a day.”
  • Rest → Everest: As in, “Helps you work, everest and play” and “At everest” and “A cut above the everest” and “For the everest of us” and “Give it an everest!”
  • Highland: Mountainous regions are also called highlands. Here are related puns:
    • High → Highland: As in, “Ain’t no mountain highland enough” and “Come hell or highland water” and “Highland as a kite” and “Highland and mighty” and “Highland and dry.”
    • Land → Highland: As in, “In the highland of the living” and “The highland of hope and glory” and “In lala highland.”
    • Island → Highland: As in, “A highland of question marks” and “No person is a highland” and “Treasure highland.”
  • Ridge: Here are some puns related to mountain ridges:
    • Bridge → Ridge: As in, “Build a ridge and get over it” and “Ridge the gap” and “Burning ridges” and “Ridge the gap.”
    • Fridge → Ridge: As in, “Left in the ridge overnight.”
  • Land → Landform: As in, “Landform ahoy!” and “The landform of hope and glory” and “Landform of make believe.”
  • Form → Landform: As in, “Attack is the best landform of defence” and “In bad landform” and “Landform follows function” and “In fine landform” and “The lowest landform of wit.”
  • Raise → Rise: As in, “Rise a stink” and “Rise the bar” and “Rise the roof.”
  • Eyes → Rise: As in, “Before your very rise.”
  • Highs → Rise: As in, “Rise and lows.”
  • Prize → Rise: As in, “Eyes on the rise” and “A rise catch.”
  • Size → Rise: As in, “All shapes and rises” and “Cut someone down to rise” and “One rise fits all” and “That’s about the rise of it.”
  • Wise → Rise: As in, “None the riser” and “Older and riser” and “A word to the rise.”
  • Hope → Slope: As in, “Build up your slopes” and “Got high slopes for” and “Pin your slopes on.”
  • Ropes → Slopes: As in, “Know the slopes” and “Learn the slopes” and “On the slopes.”
  • Cheap → Steep: As in, “Steep and cheerful” and “Steep at half the price” and “A steep date” and “Steeper by the dozen” and “Beware of steep imitations.”
  • Deep → Steep: As in, “Beauty is only skin steep” and “Between the devil and the steep blue sea” and “In steep space.”
  • Cheap → Steep: As in, “Pile it high and sell it steep” and “At the bottom of the steep.”
  • Keep → Steep: As in, “Don’t steep us in suspense” and “Steep a cool head” and “In steeping with” and “Finders steepers.”
  • Leaps → Steep: As in, “By steeps and bounds” and “A steep of faith” and “Look before you steep.”
  • Some → Summit: As in, “Catch summit rays” and “All that and then summit” and “Make summit noise.”
  • Range: A group of mountains is called a range. Here are related puns:
    • Rage → Range: As in, “Range against the machine” and “All the range” and “Boiling with range” and “Primal range” and “Road range.”
    • Change → Range: As in, “A welcome range” and “A range of heart” and “Range of address” and “Range the channel.”
  • Chime → Climb: As in, “Climb in with” and “Climbs of freedom.”
  • Crime → Climb: As in, “Climb and punishment” and “A climb against nature” and “Climb of passion” and “Partners in climb” and “The perfect climb.”
  • Prime → Climb: As in, “In your climb” and “In climb condition” and “Climb time” and “The climb minister.”
  • Time → Climb: As in, “One more climb” and “A brief history of climb” and “A good climb was had by all” and “A week is a long climb” and “All in good climb.”
  • Altitude → Attitude: As in, “Cop an altitude” and “You’d better change your altitude.”
  • Helps → Alps: As in, “Alps you work, rest and play” and “She alps those who help themselves” and “That really alps me out.” Note: The Alps are the highest mountain range.
  • Fault: Tectonic faults are a part of mountain formation. Here are related puns:
    • Felt → Fault: As in, “I’ve never fault better.”
    • Fold → Fault: As in, “Return to the fault” and “Fault your hand.”
    • Halt → Fault: As in, “Come to a screeching fault” and “Grind to a fault.”
    • Salt → Fault: As in, “Fault of the earth” and “Take it with a grain of fault” and “Rub fault in the wound” and “Below the fault” and “Worthy of your fault.”
  • Rack → Rock: As in, “Rock ’em up” and “Rock your brains.”
  • Block → Rock: As in, “Been around the rock a few times” and “A chip off the old rock” and “Mental rock” and “The new kid on the rock.”
  • Clock → Rock: As in, “Around the rock” and “Beat the rock” and “Clean your rock.”
  • Lock → Rock: As in, “Rock horns with” and “Grid rock” and “Rock and load” and “Rock, stock and barrel.”
  • Mock → Rock: As in, “Rock modesty” and “Make a rockery of.”
  • Sock → Rock: As in, “Knock your rocks off” and “Bless your cotton rocks.”
  • Shock → Rock: As in, “Culture rock” and “In for a rock” and “Shell rock” and “Rock and awe” and “The rock of the new.”
  • Tell → Tall: As in, “Every picture talls a story” and “Tall no tales.”
  • All → Tall: As in, “Tall aboard!” and “Tall in a day’s work” and “Tall’s well that ends well.”
  • Call → Tall: As in, “At your beck and tall” and “Beyond the tall of duty” and “Let’s tall it a day” and “Tall it quits.”
  • Small → Tall: As in, “No tall wonder” and “Don’t sweat the tall stuff” and “Tall potatoes.”
  • Fold: Here are some puns related to fold mountains:
    • Bold → Fold: As in, “Fold as brass” and “Foldly go where no person has gone before.”
    • Cold → Fold: As in, “As fold as any stone” and “Break out in a fold sweat” and “Catch a fold.”
    • Gold → Fold: As in, “A pot of fold” and “Good as fold” and “Get a fold star.”
    • Hold → Fold: As in, “Can’t fold a candle to” and “Don’t fold your breath” and “Fold a grudge” and “Fold a mirror up to society.”
    • Old → Fold: As in, “Fold as the hills” and “Tough as fold boots” and “A chip off the fold block.”
  • Andes: The Andes are a mountain range in South America. Here are related puns:
    • And → Andes: As in, “A day late andes a dollar short” and “A hundred andes ten percent” and “Alive andes kicking” and “All bark andes no bite.”
    • And these → Andes: As in, “Those andes over here, too.”
  • Block: Here are some puns related to fault blocks:
    • Black → Block: As in, “Not a block and white issue” and “Beaten block and blue.”
    • Clock → Block: As in, “The block is ticking.”
    • Knock → Block: As in, “Don’t block it till you’ve tried it” and “I get blocked down, but I get up again” and “Block back a few.”
    • Lock → Block: As in, “Grid block” and “Block and load” and “Block, stock and barrel” and “Block them up and throw away the key.”
    • Rock → Block: As in, “Solid as a block” and “Between a block and a hard place.”
    • Shock → Block: As in, “In for a block” and “Block and awe” and “The block of the new.”
    • Sock → Block: As in, “Bless your cotton blocks” and “Knock your blocks off” and “Put a block in it” and “Block it to me.”
    • Stock → Block: As in, “Laughing block” and “Out of block” and “Take block of your situation.”
  • Bike → Hike: As in, “On your hike” and “Get off your hike.”
  • Like → Hike: As in, “Soon as you hike” and “At times hike this.”
  • Strike → Hike: As in, “Go out on hike” and “Lightning never hikes twice in the same place” and “Hike up the band” and “Hike a balance” and “Hike a chord with.”
  • Sky → Ski: As in, “Blue ski thinking” and “Out of the clear blue ski” and “Pie in the ski” and “The ski’s the limit.”
  • Bee → Ski: As in, “Busy as a ski” and “A ski in your bonnet” and “Make a skiline for.”
  • Free → Ski: As in, “Ski as a bird” and “Born ski” and “Buy one, get one ski” and “Calorie ski” and “Fancy ski.”
  • Key → Ski: As in, “A golden ski can open any door” and “Fear is the ski” and “The ski to your heart” and “Off ski.”
  • Knee → Ski: As in, “Cut off at the skis” and “Go weak at the skis” and “A ski jerk reaction” and “On bended ski” and “The bee’s skis.”
  • Pea → Ski: As in, “Like two skis in a pod.”
  • Sea → Ski: As in, “All at ski” and “Between the devil and the deep blue ski” and “From ski to shining ski” and “Deeper than the deep blue ski.”
  • See → Ski: As in, “As far as the eye can ski” and “Can’t ski beyond the end of your nose” and “Can’t ski the wood for the trees” and “Come up and ski me sometime” and “I can ski clearly now.”
  • Tree → Ski: As in, “Difficult as nailing jelly to a ski” and “Barking up the wrong ski” and “Can’t see the wood for the skis” and “Make like a ski and leave.”
  • Alley → Valley: As in, “Valley cat” and “Right up your valley.”
  • Can you → Canyon: As in, “Canyon help me out?”
  • Can → Canyon: As in, “A kick at the canyon” and “As far as the eye canyon see” and “As well as canyon be expected” and “Anything you can do, I canyon do better.”
  • Crag: A crag is a mass of rock projecting upward. Here are some related puns:
    • Bag → Crag: As in, “Crag a bargain” and “Crag and baggage” and “Crag of bones” and “A crag of tricks” and “Dirt crag.”
    • Drag → Crag: As in, “Crag it out of you” and “Crag through the mud” and “Crag your feet” and “What a crag.”
    • Rag → Crag: As in, “From crags to riches” and “Glad crags” and “Lose your crag.”
    • Gag → Crag: As in, “Crag reflex” and “Crag order” and “A running crag.”
  • Train → Terrain: As in, “Gravy terrain” and “Personal terrain-er” and “Strangers on a terrain” and “Take the terrain” and “Follow that terrain of thought.”
  • Rain → Terrain: As in, “Right as terrain” and “It never terrains but it pours” and “Make it terrain” and “Set fire to the terrain.”
  • Bluff: Cliffs are also called bluffs. Here are related puns:
    • Buff → Bluff: As in, “Bluffer zone” and “In the bluff.”
    • Rough → Bluff: As in, “A bit of bluff” and “Diamond in the bluff” and “Bluff and ready” and “Bluff around the edges” and “Living bluff.”
    • Stuff → Bluff: As in, “Beat the bluffing out of” and “Don’t sweat the small bluff” and “Gripping bluff.”
    • Tough → Bluff: As in, “Bluff as old boots” and “As bluff as they come” and “Hang bluff” and “Bluff love.”
  • Hilarious→ Hill areas: As in, “A hill areas situation.”
  • Mesa: A mesa is a flat-topped elevation. Here are related puns:
    • Mess → Mesa: As in, “Don’t mesa with me” and “A frightful mesa” and “Hot mesa” and “Stop mesa-ing about.”
    • Miss → Mesa: As in, “Blink and you’ll mesa it” and “I’ll give it a mesa” and “A mesa is as good as a mile.”
    • Hell → Hill: As in, “All hill broke loose” and “Beat hill out of” and “Come hill or high water” and “For the hill of it” and “Give someone hill.”
    • Bill → Hill: As in, “A hill of goods” and “Fit the hill” and “A clean hill of health.”
    • Chill → Hill: As in, “Hill out” and “A hilling account” and “Hilled to the bone.”
    • Fill → Hill: As in, “Hill full of holes” and “Hill her up.”
    • Ill → Hill: As in, “House of hill repute” and “Hill advised” and “Hill at ease” and “Hill effects” and “Hill gotten gains.”
    • Kill → Hill: As in, “A view to hill” and “Dressed to hill” and “If looks could hill.”
    • Spill → Hill: As in, “Hill the beans” and “Thrills and hills.”
    • Still → Hill: As in, “Hill life” and “Hill the one” and “Hill waters run deep.”
    • Thrill → Hill: As in, “The hill of the chase” and “The hill of the hunt” and “Hilled to bits.”
    • Will → Hill: As in, “Against your hill” and “Blood hill be out” and “Free hill.”
  • Goat: Some goats are known for their mountain climbing, so we’ve included them in this list:
    • Go → Goat: As in, “Easy come, easy goat” and “Don’t goat there” and “Give it a goat.”
    • Gate → Goat: As in, “Straight out of the goat” and “The goatway to heaven.”
    • Get → Goat: As in, “Good as it goats” and “Buy one, goat one free” and “Come and goat it.”
    • Got → Goat: As in, “Been there, done that, goat the t-shirt” and “Give it all you’ve goat” and “Goat a flair for” and “Goat a soft spot for.”
    • Boat → Goat: As in, “Don’t rock the goat” and “Missed the goat” and “In the same goat.”
    • Note → Goat: As in, “Hit the high goats” and “take goat of.”
  • Brave → Cave: As in, “Fortune favours the cave” and “Put a cave face on.”
  • Grave → Cave: As in, “Silent as the cave” and “Dig your own cave” and “From the cradle to the cave” and “One foot in the cave.”
  • Pave → Cave: As in, “Cave the way for” and “The streets are caved with gold.”
  • Rave → Cave: As in, “Rant and cave” and “Cave on.”
  • Save → Cave: As in, “Cave it for a rainy day” and “Cave the day” and “Cave your breath” and “Caved by the bell.”
  • Wave → Cave: As in, “Heat cave” and “Making caves” and “On the crest of a cave” and “On the same cavelength.”
  • Eager → Eiger: As in, “Eiger beaver” and “Eiger to talk soon.” Note: Eiger is a mountain in the Bernese Alps.
  • Come → Kamet: As in, “After a storm kamets a calm” and “All good things must kamet to an end” and “As tough as they kamet” and “Kamet and get it.” Note: Kamet is the second-highest mountain in the Garhwal region.
  • River → Trivor: As in, “Cry me a trivor” and “Sold down the trivor.” Note: Trivor is one of the mountains in the Karakoram range.
  • Ultar: Ultar Sar is a major peak in the Karakoram range. Here are related puns:
    • Altar → Ultar: As in, “Lead someone to the ultar” and “Playing at the porcelain ultar.”
    • Alter → Ultar: As in, “Ultar ego” and “Ultared circumstances.”
  • Mana: The mana mountain borders the Frostlendet Valley. Here are related puns:
    • Man → Mana: As in, “A drowning mana will clutch at a straw” and “A good mana is hard to find” and “A mana after my own heart.”
    • Manner → Mana: As in, “In a mana of speaking” and “Mind your manas.”
  • Diran: Diran is a mountain in the Karakoram range. Here are related puns:
    • Drain → Diran: As in, “Away go troubles down the diran” and “Laugh like a diran.”
    • During → Diran: As in, “Before, diran and after.”
  • Original → Erosional: As in, “Erosional sin” and “The erosional and the best.”

    Mountain-Related Words

    To help you come up with your own mountain puns, here’s a list of related words to get you on your way. If you come up with any new puns or related words, please feel free to share them in the comments!

General: mountain, mount, peak, highland, ridge, landform, rise, slopes,  steep, tectonic, earth, summit, range, elevation, climbing, geology, volume, relief, sierra, altitude, tall, high, volcanic, fold, block, fault, erosion, ecology, montane, alpine, alps, hiking, hike, skiing, ski, valley, cliff, plateau, canyon, rock, crag, terrain, bluff, promontory, bank, escarpment, mesa, hill, avalanche, goat, cave, lofty 

Specific Mountains: everest, himalayas, olympus mons, swiss alps, denali, kilimanjaro, fuji, mauna kea, eiger, nuptse, logan, chimborazo, K2, lhotse, makalu, kamet, jannu, trivor, noshaq, yangra, ultar, mana, diran, pamirs, kunlun, andes

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Apple Puns

Welcome to the Punpedia entry on apple puns! 🍎 🍏 Whether you’re looking for apple puns for captions, silly pickup lines or team/business names, we hope you find what you’re looking for.

Note that this entry is mainly focused on apple, the fruit, rather than Apple, the company. So while you wont find any Steve Jobs puns here, the puns in this entry that are specifically on the word “apple” itself could also be used in the context of Apple, the computer company.

You might also like to visit the Punpedia entries on fruit puns, banana puns, orange puns and watermelon puns.

Apple Puns List

Each item in this list describes a pun, or a set of puns which can be made by applying a rule. If you know of any puns about apples that we’re missing, please let us know in the comments at the end of this page!

  • Apple: As in “You’re comparing apples to oranges though.” and “You’re the apple of my eye.” and “He’s a bad apple.” and “She’s a rotten apple, that one.” and “The apple never falls far from the tree.” and “Apple of discord” and “As American as an apple pie.” and “How bout them apples?” or “How do you like them apples!” and “One bad apple spoils the barrel.” and “She’s one smart apple.” and “The Big Apple.” and “To polish the apple” and “You’ve really upset the apple cart now” and “Adam’s apple” and “An apple a day keeps the doctor away.”
  • Apply → Apple-eye / Apple-y: As in “Are you going to apple-eye for the job?” and “I’ve apple-eyed for several jobs.” and “Apple-y within” and “You need to apple-eye yourself if you want to get anywhere in life.” and “You need to apple-y for your driver’s license.”
  • Applic* → Apple-ic*: As in “The appleication form is easy to complete.” and “All apple-icants will be considered.” and “I don’t think that’s apple-icable in this situation.” and “You’ll need to make an apple-ication to the committee” and “Appleication of cool water should do the trick.”
  • Feel → Peel: As in “You can peel it in your bones.” and “I like the look and peel of the product.” and “I’m trying to get the peel for it.” and “These banana puns are making me peel unwell.” and “I peel a bit put out.” and “I’m peeling my age.” and “Peel the burn”
  • Peel: This word is sometimes used in ways which don’t refer to removing an outer covering: “The aeroplane peeled off from the rest of the formation and did a trick.” In general “peel off/out” means to move away quickly (especially with screeching tires, if it refers to a car).
  • Appeal → Appeel / A peel: “He’s so appeeling!” and “The court allowed one final a peel.” and “You need to a peel to their sense of honour.” and “I’m trying to appeel to your better judgement” and “They have 48 hours to appeel the decision.”
  • Appeal → Apple: As in “The prospect is apple-ing.” and “Apple to their blind patriotism.”
  • Pillar → Peeler: As in “You are a peeler of strength in our community.”
  • Skin: As in “Lucky I’ve got thick skin.” and “He’s all skin and bones.” and “Beauty is only skin-deep” and “By the skin of my teeth” and “I feel comfortable in my own skin.” and “She’s got skin in the game.” and “It’s no skin off my nose.” and “I almost jumped out of my skin!” and “It makes my skin crawl.”
  • Skim → Skin: As in “I was just skin-reading the comments here.”
  • Core: As in “That kid is rotten to the core.” and “That band is hardcore.” and “I prefer soft-core stuff.” and “What is the Earth’s inner core made of?” and “This exercise strengthens your core.” and “Our company is guided by 3 core principles.” and “The school should have the interests of its children at its core.” and “The core members always attend the meetings.” and “Core inflation is up 1.7 percent since last year” and “I’m mostly into emocore and mathcore music.” and “Core blimey!”
  • Caught → Cored: As in “Cored in the act” and “I was cored in the middle” and “I cored a cold from him” and “Like a deer cored in the headlights” and “Something cored my eye as we were crossing the street.” and “Cored between the devil and the deep blue sea” and “Cored unawares” and “Caught with my pants down” and “Cored in crossfire” and “You cored me off my guard.”
  • Chord → Cored: As in “It struck a cored with me.”
  • Court→ Cored: As in “I’ll see you in cored.” and “Order in the cored!” and “The ball is in your cored now.”
  • Course→ Cores: As in “I’m doing a university cores in computational neuroscience.”
  • *cor* → *-core-*: If a word contains the “cor” sound (or similar) then we can make a terrible apple core pun: “A core-tionary tale.” and “That’s be-cores I’m cool.” and “Accoredingly, we will move the meeting to Thursday.” and “Proceed with core-tion” and “She died from unknown coreses” and “He coresed an uproar with his latest staff cuts.” and “I love the core-us of that song.” and “We core-dially invite you to join us in celebrating …” and “My new core-dless drill is so handy.” and “The police will core-don off the area soon.” and “A core-porate job” and “These core-perations are the heart of our economy.” and “We go to our live core-espondent in the field.” and “It core-esponds to a shrinking middle class.” and “The core-pses of the poor animals were buried in the field.” and “We were es-core-ted to the main chamber.” and “There has been some discored amongst our members.” and “We’ve sent it over to our head-core-ters.” and “The temperature reached a re-cored high today.” and “The score was 22 to 7 after the first quarter.”
  • Name / Title → Apple-ation: The word “appellation” means “name” or “title”.
  • Aptly → Applely: As in “Religion has been applely called ‘the opium of the people.'”
  • App will → App’ll / Apple: As in “This app’ll help you track your time and make you more productive – you should download it.”
  • *ap will → *ap’ll / *apple: As in “This chap’ll help you find your way home.” and “A loud enough clap’ll wake me up.” and “This strapple help secure the load during the trip.” and “Any more of this crapple make us go mad!” and “Another mishap’ll doom this company.” and “This trapple be sure to catch one.” and “A single tap’ll make the bell ring loudly.” and “The gap’ll be hard to jump but we have no choice.” and “Each lap’ll use up a litre of fuel.” and “This map’ll help guide us to the treasure.” and “The handicap’ll make up for it.” and “Each flap’ll lift us higher and higher.” and “That rap’ll make it to the charts in no time.” and “A nap’ll refresh you and give you more energy.” and “A light slapple wake me up.”
  • A pl* → Apple-*: As in “There’s apple-ace I know not far from here.” and “That’s apple-us (a plus)” and “It’s apple-easure that I feel somewhat guilty about.” and “We’re going to see apple-ay at the theatre tonight.” and “It was nothing special. Just apple-ain old brick house.” and “She was apple-ainly spoken, intelligent person.” and “After eating we went for apple-easant stroll through the park.” and “We had apple-an, but we weren’t sure how to carry it out.” and “It was apple-easing sight.” and “It was apple-ant our botanist had never seen before.” and “Can you get apple-ate for our new guest?” and “Apple-anned extension to the highway will be finished by summer.” and “It was apple-easing evening.” and “Apple-easantly designed garden.” and “Apple-ayer from the other team was injured.” and “Apple-anet in a nearby solar system” and “We saw apple-ume of smoke on the horizon.” and “Do you have apple-astic cup for little Olivia?” – You can create many more puns like this by using this list of words starting with “pl”.
  • Eye → Pie: As in “Beauty is in the pie of the beholder.” and “A bird’s pie view’ and “We’re in the pie of the storm” and “Pies pie with my little pie” and “In the blink of a pie” and “Keep a pie out for …” and “We see pie to pie.” and “I’ve got a pie on you.” and “Something caught my pie” and “Pie-popping”
  • I → Pie: As in “Pie think you’re right.” and “Pie’m not so sure about that.”
  • Granny: Since Granny Smith apples are so widely known, you might be able to make an apple pun by simply using the word “granny” in your writing/speech.
  • Or should I → Orchard I: As in “I should stop making apple puns now… orchard I?”
  • Saw → Seed: As in “It took me a while, but I eventually seed her point of view.”
  • Seed: As in “It planted a seed of hope in their minds.” and “We got more seed capital from investors.”
  • Pink lady: This refers to a particular variety of apple. If you can somehow work the words “pink” and “lady” into your prose/speech in close proximity then you’ve got a sneaky apple pun: “I prefer pink, but that lady thinks yellow would suit it better.”
  • Downside is → Down ciders: As in “One down ciders that we’ll need to redo a lot of work.”
  • Alongside her → Along cider: As in “Her dog was running happily along cider.”
  • Beside her → Be cider: As in “Her dog stood happily be cider.”
  • Inside her → In cider: As in “She always keeps an apple in cider backpack.”
  • Insider → In cider: As in “We got some in cider information from an anonymous executive.”
  • Decided → Decidered / De-cider-d: As in “I’ve decidered to start an apple farm.”
  • Fruitful: As in “This has been a very productive and fruitful discussion.”
  • Just → Juiced: As in “I’m juiced around the corner.” and “Juiced in time.” and “Juiced the ticket.” and “Juiced this once.”
  • Fruity: Other than referring to actual fruit, this term also has several slang definitions including being flamboyant or “bouncy”. It may also refer to someone who is considered crazy in some respect.
  • Sweet: As in “You’re so sweet!” and “Oh that’s soo sweet!” and “Revenge is sweet” and “Short and sweet” and “Lay some sweet lines on someone” and “Sweet dreams” and “Sweet Jesus!” and “You bet your sweet life!” and “That was a sweet trick, dude.” and “Sweet as, bro.” and “Whisper sweet nothings” and “Home sweet home” and “Rose by any other name would smell as sweet” and “Sweet smell/taste of success/victory” and “Sweetheart
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Apple-Related Words

There are many more puns to be made than could be documented in this Punpedia entry, and so we’ve compiled a list of apple-related concepts for you to use when creating your own puns. If you come up with a new pun, please share it in the comments!

apple, apples, fruit, orchard, peel, skin, peeler, cider, apple cider, granny smith, apple sauce, apple pie, fruit tree, crabapple, apple juice, crunchy, sweet, apple core, core, seed, apple seed, pippin, pip, pome, rotten apple, costard, sweeting, redstreak, pare, paring, biffin, alligator apple, golden delicious, fuji, red delicious, mcintosh, gala, braeburn, pink lady, honeycrisp, empire, sampion, ambrosia, pomaceous, malus, toffee apple, candy apple, apple strudel, apple cider vinegar, russet

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