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 (krĕn′shô′) also cran·shaw (krăn′-)
A variety of melon (Cucumis melo) having a greenish-yellow rind and sweet, usually salmon-pink flesh.

[Origin unknown.]
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(Cookery) a hybrid variety of melon with yellow skin and pale pink flesh
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