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  • n. Plural form of honeydew.


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  • I worked side by side with my chefs at the prep table, carving perfectly round balls from watermelons, cantaloupes, and honeydews.

    Recipe for Love

  • I went to the store yesterday and saw the same two types of melons that are the only ones ever offered, cantaloupes and honeydews.

    The Prettiest Thing « Fairegarden

  • One haphazard fusion of cantaloupes, honeydews and banana melons is called the “Cantabananadew.”

    The Fruit Hunters

  • The success of these impulse buys is why peaches and cherries have a better household penetration rate than kiwis or honeydews.

    The Fruit Hunters

  • Cantaloupes, honeydews, and watermelons: hard to tell when to pick them.


  • Nor do I conceive that those honeydews, like manna, which are found on the leaves of the oak in the month of May, are formed and condensed by any peculiar property in the leaf of the oak, but while they fall equally on all leaves, they are retained on those of the oak as being well united and not spongy as most of the others are.

    The New Organon

  • So there was a fair amount of settling in to be done, not to mention a two-page, single-spaced list of “honeydews” — house and yard maintenance chores — that had gone awaiting because I was overseas.

    Rogue Warrior

  • The melons are bright yellow in color, busting with flavor and a cross between cantaloupes and honeydews. Blogs - Baltimore Sun Candidate Blog

  • Other produce at farmers 'markets will soon be dwarfed by the presence of watermelons, cantaloupes, casabas, canaries, ogens, crenshaws and honeydews.

    SFGate: Top News Stories

  • Imagine a summer in the Grand Valley with no succulent honeydews, yellow Juan Canaries or juicy green watermelons from the fields of Green River, - Articles related to Organically grown vegies 'nutritious'


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