Definition of Pompelo

1. shaddock [n -S] - See also: shaddock



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pompelo

pomos
pomp
pompador
pompadour
pompadoured
pompadouring
pompadours
pompano
pompanos
pompatic
pompatus
pompelmous
pompelmouses
pompelo (current term)
pompelos
pompeyed
pompeying
pompeys
pompholyx
pomphus
pompier
pompillion
pompion
pompions
pompire
pompoleon
pompoleons
pompom

Literary usage of Pompelo

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1. Select orations of Marcus Tullius Cicero: with explanatory notes, and a by Marcus Tullius Cicero, Albert Harkness (1886)
"pompelo, that A. Gabinius might not be appointed lieutenant to Cn. Pompey. According to Roman law, no one could receive an ..."

2. Historia general de España by Juan de Mariana (1817)
"HISTORIA DE ESPAÑA. corria fama que pompelo por la parte ,de África pretendia pasar á España, y que su venida sería muy en breve. Decían lo que sospechaban, ..."

3. The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire. by Edward Gibbon (1811)
"Plutarch, in pompelo, torn, ii, p. 1165. 1166. * In the history of the world I can only perceive two navies on the Caspian.—! ..."

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