Definition of Pummelos
1. pummelo [n] - See also: pummelo
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Literary usage of Pummelos
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture: A Discussion for the Amateur, and by Liberty Hyde Bailey (1917)
"... in Florida but have been superseded by the grapefruit (see page 1391, Vol. Ill) as the latter finds more favor in American markets. pummelos, very like ..."
2. The Cultivated Oranges and Lemons, Etc. of India and Ceylon: With Researches by Emanuel Bonavia (1888)
"So that we have now white, pink, or beef-coloured pummelos ; others with mixed colours and entirely yellow, and also red-checked ..."
3. The Cultivated Oranges and Lemons, Etc. of India and Ceylon: With Researches by Emanuel Bonavia (1888)
"... as in the common kind. Its fruit is the largest of ali." See Appendix 41 (a). No one would think that all these ten trees in Etawah are not pummelos. ..."
4. Verbeck of Japan: A Citizen of No Country; a Life Story of Foundation Work by William Elliot Griffis (1900)
"Of fruit we have fine Japanese oranges, very cheap, persimmons, pummelos, etc., etc. We can get good sugar, good salt, ..."
5. India, Past and Present by Charles Harcourt Ainslie Forbes-Lindsay (1903)
"In the Fruit Market one may get grapes from Aurangabad, oranges from Nagpur and mangoes from Mazagon or Goa; bananas of several varieties, pummelos, ..."