Noun(1) Usually large pulpy deep-yellow round fruit of the squash family maturing in late summer or early autumn(2) A coarse vine widely cultivated for its non-keeping large pulpy round orange fruit with firm orange skin and numerous seeds(3) Subspecies of Cucurbita pepo include the summer squashes and a few autumn squashes
(1) While there isn't any cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes or pumpkin pie to be had, there is plenty of brandy, gin, and wine on hand.(2) A smashed pumpkin mingled with the leaves, its guts strewn about the street.(3) Plants such as the pumpkin orange Cape honeysuckle and the Leonotis are well known.(4) Remove the flesh from the pumpkin skin with a spoon.(5) Take it from your Aunt Hillary, that this is not the business deal for you, my little pumpkin .(6) Pumpkin soup(7) Close cousins to the pumpkin - gourds and squash - were also pressed into service, and we finally had enough for our cover photo and story.(8) I just noticed this morning that the pumpkin I planted eons ago has finally sprouted in a major way.(9) Cassava, pumpkins , and sweet potatoes are native to the islands, and a variety of seafood is found in the surrounding waters.(10) Golden butternut squash, robust orange pumpkins , crunchy red and green apples - fall produce is downright gorgeous, not to mention delectable.(11) Care should be taken to separate as widely as possible, melons, squashes, pumpkins , cucumbers, and others of that family, as any one grown near the other may ruin both as to flavor.(12) Fall is the season for other chores, such as buying back-to-school clothes, raking leaves and picking pumpkins .(13) This is a region where one field can produce pumpkins , clover and maize, as well as, of course, grapes.(14) Sweet potatoes, beans, pumpkins , and tropical fruits such as bananas and papayas are also grown.(15) Sometimes pumpkins or gourds are planted instead of squash.(16) Meanwhile, the after-school gardening club has been working hard growing prize-winning fruit and vegetables, including tomatoes, sweetcorn and pumpkins .