Garnish with the balls cut from the cantaloupe and serve with any desired dressing.
"We get in all right," he parried, putting his spoon into his cantaloupe.
In honor of this crop we rechristened the old haymaker the "cantaloupe coaxer."
I do not blame a gourd for not being a cantaloupe, but I like cantaloupes.
A good way to dry tomato, cantaloupe, and other seeds is to put them on blotters.
The dealer took the cantaloupe from her, examining it briefly.
They are fat, squat sisters with the lines of half a cantaloupe.
This woman was old and careworn; her face was lined like the rind of a cantaloupe.
At breakfast I had cantaloupe, liberally sprinkled with salt.
Place this in the cantaloupe shells after cutting points in the top edge.
also cantaloup, 1739, from French, from Italian, from Cantalupo, name of a former Papal summer estate near Rome, where the melons first were grown in Europe after their introduction (supposedly from Armenia). The place name seems to be "singing wolf" and might refer to a spot where wolves gathered, but this might be folk etymology.