pumpkins

[ puhmp-kin or, commonly, puhng-kin ]SEE DEFINITION OF pumpkins

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“Yes, my lady,” said Peter, as he pulled the two pumpkins from the vines.

They had Indian corn, beans and pumpkins in equal abundance.

I remember that our first crop on our own farm at Camden Place in 1853 was corn and pumpkins.

Lady Jingly!Sitting where the pumpkins blow,Will you come and be my wife?

We have pumpkins at morning and pumpkins at noon,If it were not for pumpkins we should be undone.

I heard a captain, the other day, telling of pumpkins, which he called pompions.

An Admiral is some pumpkins in Annapolis, when he is on the active list.

Still, it will spoil these to transplant them, so they might just as well have been pumpkins.

Did you notice that bloke fillin' up the cart with pumpkins?

Buying these pumpkins is only a dodge to get a chip in with Dawn.