use pimento in a sentence.
But somewhere along the way, Texans, known for malapropisms and creative spellings, (heck, the name of the state is even a refashioning of a Caddoan word, Tejas, which means friends) took out the extra "i" and decided to call it pimento.
-- The odoriferous principle of allspice, commonly called pimento, is obtained by distilling the dried fruit, before it is quite ripe, of the _Eugenia pimenta_ and _Myrtus pimenta_ with water.
He had also abundance of cabbage, from the cabbage-palms, and seasoned his food with the fruit of the pimento, which is the same with
However, I will note that when I checked the OED the first meaning of "pimento" was:
Well, that may help explain why I've never been sure what "pimento" really meant other than the red thing stuffed into the middle of green olives; since I hate all olives except California lye-process black, I don't much care about the details of that usage.