Definition of Pumpkins

1. Noun. (plural of pumpkin) ¹



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Definition of Pumpkins

1. pumpkin [n] - See also: pumpkin

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pumpkins

pumpjet
pumpjets
pumpkin
pumpkin-shaped
pumpkin ash
pumpkin head
pumpkin pie
pumpkin pies
pumpkin seed
pumpkin vine
pumpkineer
pumpkineers
pumpkinification
pumpkinless
pumpkinlike
pumpkins (current term)
pumpkinseed
pumpkinseeds
pumpless
pumplike
pumproom
pumprooms
pumps
pumps up
pumy
pumy stone
pun
puna
punalua
punaluan

Literary usage of Pumpkins

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1. Dr. Chase's Family Physician, Farrier, Bee-keeper, and Second Receipt Book by Alvin Wood Chase (1874)
"My father's plan was as follows: As field-peas and pumpkins would do better there than even corn, he would plant plenty of the latter with his corn, ..."

2. An American Glossary by Richard Hopwood Thornton (1912)
"Some pumpkins—contd. 1856 The groat American eagle soars aloft, ... 1857 The sheriff of Jackson [County] is " some pumpkins " as a police officer, ..."

3. The Magazine of Horticulture, Botany, and All Useful Discoveries and by C M Hovey (1839)
"Immense yield of mammoth pumpkins.—One of my neighbors, ... I saw the pumpkins, and 1 have no doubt the weight and measure above are both correct. ..."

4. Garden Farming by Lee Cleveland Corbett (1913)
"pumpkins In America the term " pumpkin " is almost universally applied to ... This species includes not only the field pumpkins but the so-called summer ..."

5. Entertainments for All the Year by Clara Janetta Fort Denton (1910)
"TWELVE pumpkins, twelve girls from ten to fourteen years of age. ... As pumpkins vary but little in color, be careful that all the dresses and also all the ..."

6. Good English, Oral and Written by William Harris Elson, Lura E. Runkel, Clara E. Lynch (1917)
"THE THREE pumpkins Three little pumpkins were growing on one vine. They were green and round and no bigger than baby's fist. "I am going to be a big pumpkin ..."

7. The Gordon Readers by Emma K. Gordon (1910)
"A STRANGE USE FOR pumpkins About a hundred years ago, a little boy named Nat Green found a ... He was afraid that there would not be any pumpkins in Ohio. ..."

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