Definition of watermelon
Recent Examples of watermelon from the Web
People could also take tours of the historic Hays House, check out the water-balloon toss, costume contest, Uncle Sam Says and watermelon eating competition, all at Shamrock Park, plus the annual bicycle rodeo at Bel Air Elementary School.
One department even blew up a watermelon to demonstrate the power of fireworks.
Lance Vandervoet said his company mostly imports cantaloupes and watermelons, and has done so for more than 30 years.
To illustrate the deadly consequences of misusing fireworks this holiday weekend, the Olathe Fire Department created a hazard demonstration by placing a watermelon over an M80 and a consumer artillery shell.
Unfortunately — like so many of Starbucks’ best drinks — this watermelon passion tea is only available in Japan.
Cut the watermelon into 1/2-inch-thick triangles and cut off the rinds.
An argument between two employees in a storage room of a Giant Foods near the Van Ness Metro station on Thursday ended with one worker stabbing the other with a large knife used to cut watermelons, D.C. police said.
Hospital employee Kenneth Cunningham was among the morning's first visitors, choosing a ripe watermelon for his family.
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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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