Honeydew meaning

hŭnē-do͝o, -dyo͝o
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A sweet sticky substance excreted by insects, such as aphids, that feed on plant sap. Honeydew sometimes accumulates on leaves and other plant parts.
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A honeydew melon.
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A sweet fluid, as manna, exuded from various plants.
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A sweet substance that is excreted by aphids and other juice-sucking homopteran plant insects, or secreted by certain fungi: often eaten by bees and ants.
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A sweet sticky substance deposited on leaves by insects.
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A sweet sticky substance produced by the leaves of some plants.
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(countable) A melon with sweet green flesh, with a smooth greenish-white exterior, of cultivar group Cucumis melo Inodorus group.
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A light bluish green colour, like that of a honeydew melon.

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Of a light bluish green colour, like that of a honeydew melon.
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