casaba

noun
ca·sa·ba | \ kə-ˈsä-bə \

Definition of casaba 

: any of several winter melons with usually yellow rind and sweet white, yellow, or orange flesh

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The secret to finding a good cantaloupe (or honeydew, Crenshaw, casaba or the other melons of this type) is to put your nose to the stem end, the round depression, and sniff. Judy Walker, NOLA.com, "Savory fruit salad recipes to savor summer's bounty," 15 Aug. 2017

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First Known Use of casaba

1887, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for casaba

Kasaba (now Turgutlu), Turkey

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