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Synonyms for jack-o'-lantern

a pale light sometimes seen at night over marshy ground

lantern carved from a pumpkin

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Halloween Pumpkin carvings Kirk |Groundwater 2 via Twitter
Here today, gone tomorrow; just like a Halloween pumpkin.
10); and a Halloween pumpkin assortment of buttercream-filled pumpkins in chocolate and orange, topped with candy pumpkins and ghost shapes (4.
99) tells of a lonely Halloween pumpkin who has waited all through October for someone to bring him home, despite his funny looks.
He started growing a cousin of the typical Halloween pumpkin.
a maker of seasonal products such as Halloween pumpkin carving kits and outdoor Christmas decorations; PJ Toys, Inc.
Research for sustainability charity Hubbub found that two fifths of people (42%) buy a Halloween pumpkin.
if you fancy a trip out to Cannon Hall Farm, you can take part in the Halloween Pumpkin Festival, running from October 25 to November 1.
For another seasonal treat, Dunkin' Donuts is also serving the Halloween Pumpkin Donut , shaped to resemble a jack-o-lantern, the pumpkin shaped yeast shell is filled with vanilla-flavored buttercreme, and finished with orange icing and a jack-o-lantern face made with chocolate icing drizzle.
What about the Halloween pumpkin in yesterday's paper and James Arthur from The X Factor?
The manure hit the fan in June when Barry admitted using skulduggery to win the Beckbury Allotment Association Halloween Pumpkin Competition in Shropshire.
The theme for Saturday's party is Spanish, because I'm using up Halloween pumpkin in a tasty stew with chickpeas, almonds and green beans.
THIS week we turn a squash into a spooky Halloween pumpkin.
The Happy Halloween Pumpkin Carving Event will help create lanterns ahead of the Juice Festival Finale Parade at 3.
SNOWMEN replaced Halloween pumpkin lanterns yesterday as parts of Ireland were covered in a white blanket.