Definition of Cantaloups

1. cantaloup [n] - See also: cantaloup



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cantaloups

cant hook
cant hooks
cant over
cant strip
cantabile
cantabiles
cantal
cantala
cantalas
cantalope
cantaloup
cantaloupe
cantaloupe vine
cantaloupes
cantaloupey
cantaloups (current term)
cantals
cantankerous
cantankerously
cantankerousness
cantar
cantars
cantata
cantatas
cantate
cantates
cantation
cantations
cantatory
cantatrice

Literary usage of Cantaloups

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1. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General by Thomas Spencer Baynes (1888)
"The origin of some of the chief modern races, such as " cantaloups," " Dudaim," and probably the netted sorts, is due to Persia and the neighbouring ..."

2. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: “a” Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature edited by Hugh Chisholm (1911)
"Naudin observed that in some varieties (eg of cantaloups) fertile stamens ... The origin of some of the chief modern races, such as " cantaloups," " Dudaim ..."

3. Biennial Report by Kansas State Horticultural Society (1904)
"Before that we had a dry season, and in 1900 we had' two cars of cantaloups that netted us around $100 an acre. Last year we had two acres planted before ..."

4. Fumigation Methods: A Practical Treatise for Farmers, Fruit Growers by Willis Grant Johnson (1902)
"Lettuce, cucumber, and cantaloups are very easily injured if the plants are damp, even with small amounts of gas. In tests made by Professor ED Sanderson, ..."

5. Human Geography by Joseph Russell Smith (1922)
"cantaloups from this district ripen weeks before those grown on the ... Sometimes the price is high, but sometimes there are too many cantaloups grown, ..."

6. Outlines of botany by Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1835)
"There are several sorts of cantaloups /such as the rock, the orange, the Prescot, «fee., but the former is the most esteemed. And a few of each of the other ..."

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