Definition of Pumelo

1. pomelo [n -LOS] - See also: pomelo



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pumelo

pulvils
pulvinae
pulvinar
pulvinars
pulvinate
pulvini
pulvinic acid
pulvinoid
pulvinus
pulwar
pulwars
puly
puma
pumalike
pumas
pumelo (current term)
pumelos
pumicate
pumicated
pumicates
pumicating
pumice
pumice stone
pumice stones
pumiced
pumicelike
pumiceous
pumicer
pumicers
pumices

Literary usage of Pumelo

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1. A Manual of Gardening for Bengal and Upper India by Thomas Augustus Charles Firminger (1874)
"They call this however pumelo, giving the name of Shaddock indiscriminately ... AMOY-pumelo is the name of a variety sent in the year 1851 from China by Mr. ..."

2. The Chinese Recorder and Missionary Journal (1871)
">j$0 Ylt (p- XXX 35 Ch. W. XXXI), Shaddock, pumelo, ... The best sorts of the pumelo are brought to the Capital from Amoy. ..."

3. East by West: A Journey in the Recess by Henry William Lucy (1885)
"For those who have fed on the Amoy pumelo the growth of other districts are ... On due reflection I hold the Amoy pumelo to be the most gracious fruit in ..."

4. East by West: A Journey in the Recess by Henry William Lucy (1885)
"For those who have fed on the Amoy pumelo the growth of other districts are ... On due reflection I hold the Amoy pumelo to be the most gracious fruit in ..."

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