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pumpkinpump‧kin /ˈpʌmpkɪn/ ●●○ noun  1 pumpkin.jpg [countable, uncountable]DF a very large orange fruit that grows on the ground, or the inside of this fruit pumpkin pie2 American EnglishLOVE used when speaking to someone you love
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pumpkinA pumpkin was worth four beans and a slave was worth up to 100.A half-cup serving has more beta-carotene than fresh-cooked pumpkin.It always made her look like a giant pumpkin.Eventually, we patched things up with some pumpkin pie.The key, says Cathey, is the balloon's unique pumpkin shape, and its fabric.As for the usual pumpkin pie spices, she uses them sparingly.What's wrong, pumpkin?
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