For the record, any letter that creates a syllable has to be considered a vowel. In celery, the "y" clearly is a syllable. Cel-er-y.
I also missed corn, which ok, if I am gonna miss one, I am fine it is that one, but, I actually kept thinking of acorn! It really should have dawned on me haha
This is not one of those times.
If we are therefore going to pretend that fruit is a culinary contrast to vegetable, then squash would pretty clearly be on the vegetable side of the equation. Otherwise, it's just both.
TL;DR: "Fruit" and "vegetable" are not mutually exclusive terms.
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