Definition of watermelon
Recent Examples of watermelon from the Web
Cantaloupe cucuzza eggplant luffa okra peanuts hot peppers sweet peppers (not bell peppers) pumpkin Southern peas Malabar spinach sweet potato (slips) watermelonsheat-tolerant tomatoes.
Pay particular attention to rosés this month because the 2016 vintages are fresh, dry and swimming with strawberry and watermelon notes in colors from pink to salmon.
And so did the eighth graders in watermelon-pink school shirts from De Kalb, Tex.
Top the watermelon with the yogurt sauce and season with black pepper.
There will be a watermelon spitting contest, train ride and other activities as well.
Summer's almost here: Celebrate with iced tea, lemonade, light sandwiches, sweets and watermelon.
In their village, Taumoepenu’s grandfather grew taro, watermelons and pineapples, among other items.
Four decades later, the early revolutionaries are discovering that the price of watermelons—the issues of a normal state—can determine their fate.
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First Known Use of watermelon
WATERMELON Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of watermelon for English Language Learners
: a large, round fruit that has hard, green skin, sweet, red, juicy flesh, and black seeds
WATERMELON Defined for Kids
Definition of watermelon for Students
: a large edible fruit with a hard rind and a sweet red juicy pulp
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