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noun as in melon

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At these bountiful outdoor meals, slices of juicy watermelon served as dessert — traditional sweets were never very prevalent at all-church gatherings.

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High heat encourages most of the watermelon’s, well, water to evaporate, distilling flavor and adding a little smokiness.

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From there, the watermelons were inspected—nothing to see here, they were in better shape than they would’ve been with a human driving the whole time—then distributed to stores all over the state.

The reason the watermelons were in better shape was because they were a day fresher.

Look for flavors of red berries and watermelon, kissed with salty air and wild herbs.

Even the watermelon he serves me is in keeping with a certain aesthetic—perfectly arranged squares, like a Mondrian painting.

WatermelonIn the world of thirst quenchers, watermelon weighs in as a major contender.

“There was never any rifle, there was never any watermelon,” he says now.

Hell, think of the center cut from a watermelon, that sweetest part.

After the maklouba, Laila treats Tony to fried watermelon stew.

I was going to ask you if you could tell me what you were doing up there and where you got that watermelon.

"I'm a comrade already," I said, meaning it as a merry jest, that I would be anything for a watermelon.

I counted the seeds in each slice of watermelon and gave that as the number of comrades in each mill.

Don't you remember we were once the pride of the school because we robbed watermelon patches so skilfully?

So they are, and three peaches with sugar enough to sweeten them ought not to cost much, surely, nor would frozen watermelon.


On this page you'll find 19 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to watermelon, such as: moleskin, oval, peanut, pigskin, pineapple, and porker.

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