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watermelon

📝 Description
"Watermelon" is a compound word in English, originating from the words "water" and "melon". It refers to a large fruit with a hard, green rind and sweet, juicy, red or pink flesh inside. The term "watermelon" was first recorded in English in the 17th century. The fruit is so named for its high water content, which is approximately 92% water.
📝 Example Sentence
Sure, here's a simple sentence: "On a hot summer day, there's nothing better than a juicy slice of watermelon."
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