noun, plural pom·e·los.
Origin of pomelo
Examples from the Web for pomelo
Desert was chilled jelly served with mango, sago and pomelo and sliced baked mooncakes.Kate Shuns Wine For Water During Royal Toast - Is She Pregnant?|Tom Sykes|September 11, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The pomelo is like our “grape fruit,” but larger, less bitter and less juicy.An Ohio Woman in the Philippines|Emily Bronson Conger
After he has had his coffee and some bananas or a slice of pomelo, and taken his bath, he feels tolerably alive.A Visit to Java|W. Basil Worsfold
One variety, known as the pomelo, is the kind that is commonly found in the market.Woman's Institute Library of Cookery, Vol. 5|Woman's Institute of Domestic Arts and Sciences
The pomelo, or grape fruit, is fast gaining in favor and increasing in value.History of California|Helen Elliott Bandini
The pomelo (grape-fruit) is a kind of lemon with a thicker rind and a more acid flavour.