Definition of Pomato
1. a tomato grafted on a potato [n -ES]
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Literary usage of Pomato
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1. New Creations in Plant Life: An Authoritative Account of the Life and Work by William Sumner Harwood (1907)
"... CHAPTER V THE POTATO AND THE pomato T^IRECTLY in line with many of what •*-* may be called the commercial achievements of Mr. Burbank,—though these are ..."
2. Luther Burbank: His Methods and Discoveries and Their Practical Application by Luther Burbank, John Whitson, Robert John, Henry Smith Williams, Luther Burbank Society (1914)
"The pomato plant produced fruit abundantly, but very few tubers, ... Thus there was no practical method of propagating the pomato, the tubers being wholly ..."
3. An Italian and English Dictionary with Pronunciation and Brief Etymologies by August Hjalmar Edgren, Giuseppe Bico, John Lawrence Gerig (1901)
"-in(/ness, s. : ardimento, т.; audacia,/. dapple i, ADJ.: pezzato, pomato. dapple 2, TR. : variar le strisce, strisciare. -grey, ADJ. ..."
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