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melonmel‧on /ˈmelən/ ●●○ noun [countable, uncountable]  melon.jpg DFFa large round fruit with sweet juicy flesh
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melonBy now my man was seeing the ball like a melon.But when she got closer he saw it was only a melon.Their thefts of milk, honey, and melons from local household plots he ironically termed as acts of smychka.The picture can then be outlined using seeds - peppers, coriander, melon, etc.Her cheeks are flushed the fluorescent melon orange that also glimmers on her lower lip.Also, you really, really need to go to the bathroom; your bladder is pressing within like an overripe melon.Farmworkers say melons are grown and harvested in the greenhouses.
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